Mayor Rahm Emanuel Credit: AP PHOTO/TAE-GYUN KIM

Welcome to the Reader‘s morning briefing for Monday, October 24, 2016.

  • Weather: The sun will be out

It will cool down Monday, with a high of 56 and a low of 44. Despite the chill, it will be sunny out, though it will get cloudier during the evening. [AccuWeather ]

  • Bill Daley watched “Rahm twist” after being forced into a runoff with Jesus “Chuy” Garcia

Bill Daley and Mayor Rahm Emanuel both served as White House chief of staff under President Barack Obama, but it doesn’t mean the two men are friends. An e-mail from Daley, the brother of former Mayor Richard M. Daley, was among those sent to John Podesta, now the head of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign, and leaked via WikiLeaks. In the e-mail Daley writes that he was “watching Rahm twist” during the mayoral runoff election between Emanuel and Cook County commissioner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia in March 2015. “While Daley’s reference to watching Emanuel ‘twist’ hardly qualifies as malice, it also didn’t exactly suggest that Daley was suffering heartache over the mayor’s problems,” writes the Tribune‘s Kim Janssen. [Tribune]

  • The complicated relationship between Hillary Clinton and the World Series-bound Cubs

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has a complicated lifelong relationship with the Cubs, who are now headed to the World Series for the first time since 1945. Growing up in suburban Park Ridge, Clinton was a Cubs fans who attended games with her family. She eventually became a New York Yankees fan as well, which some Cubs fans have never forgiven her for. “I couldn’t stay hitched with a losing team,” she said to the Economic Club of Chicago in 2014. “I had to search for a team that would counterbalance the experience of losing every single year, so—I hate to say this, and I know you’ll boo me—I became a Yankees fan.” [CNN]

  • Donald Trump still thinks paid protesters shut down his infamous canceled UIC rally

During the final presidential debate, GOP nominee Donald Trump claimed that the protesters outside his canceled campaign rally at UIC Pavilion in March were paid $1,500 to be there. Chicago magazine debunks the conspiracy theory by describing the diverse group of people who attended the protest. [Chicago]

  • Police arrest four police brutality protesters on Michigan Avenue

Chicago police arrested four people Saturday during a protest against police brutality. There were 40 to 50 marchers on Michigan Avenue near Water Tower Place, and police say that those arrested failed to listen to the cops’ directions. [DNAinfo Chicago]

  • Rahm catches a catfish

Mayor Rahm Emanuel helped open the final section of the downtown Riverwalk between LaSalle and Lake Streets Saturday, and even went fishing. The mayor caught a catfish in the river, but there’s no word on whether he ate the fish from the notoriously polluted river. [DNAinfo Chicago]