LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - As if the day wasn't special enough for graduates of the Clinton School of Public Service, graduates of the master's program heard from former U.S. chief of staff and now mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel.
Emanuel spoke on the importance of developing a support network, namely thanking the graduates' parents. He also offered a few words of wisdom and even attempted a President Bill Clinton impersonation.
"This is such a big deal to be here with you all," said Emanuel in his Clinton voice. "Alright, that's it. I could do this whole thing like that but I'm not going to and I now know, I just saw there's a TV camera back there and I'm in trouble."
Emanuel lived and worked in Little Rock during President Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign.