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Inauguration Of Lori Lightfoot As Chicago's Mayor

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Chicago Twitter is ablaze after rumors allege Mayor Lori Lightfoot was caught cheating on her wife, First Lady Amy Eshleman.

While a public statement has yet to be released, Chicago civil rights advocate Ja’Mal Green posted a tweet-and-delete around the matter, “Lori Lightfoot is resigning tomorrow in a stunning end to her mayorship. WOW.”

Green has since tweeted that he wasn’t speaking on any personal matter surrounding the mayor:

Many are skeptical on his statement Sunday morning as he followed up his initial deleted tweet with a tweet Saturday evening inadvertently addressing the affair, “If something isn’t true, simply put out a statement and kill the rumor. Man shrugging We all hope the resignation is true but the reason should be one of your former scandals. Anjanette Young, demonizing Adam Toledo, these are good reasons too..”

Former United States Secretary of Education who also previously served as CEO of the Chicago Public Schools, Arne Duncan followed up with a cryptic tweet late Saturday evening, “Chicago, will see what tomorrow brings…”

While this is a very unfortunate matter, many Chicagoans are outraged this is overshadowing many recent unfortunate events including misappropriated COVID relief funds for the Chicago police department, covering up a botched raid on Anjanette Young, as well as the murder of 13-year-old Adam Toledo at the hands of CPD.

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1. Arne Duncan posts cryptic Tweet after Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s alleged cheating scandal trends on Twitter:

Former United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who also previously served as CEO of the Chicago Public Schools, followed up with a cryptic tweet late Saturday evening, “Chicago, will see what tomorrow brings…”

2. Chicago civil rights advocate Ja’Mal Green also took to Twitter after rumors started to swirl that Mayor Lori Lightfoot cheated on her wife:

It should be noted, Ja’Mal Green previously ran for Mayor of Chicago in 2018.

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