Rahm Emanuel: I won't be first Jewish president

Although Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel paid a visit to the White House on Friday, he says he has no plans to try to make 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. his home. 

President Obama’s former chief of staff tells DuJour magazine's winter issue he doesn’t intend to become the first Jewish commander in chief, saying, “Not happening.” Emanuel adds, “This is the last job in electoral politics, in public life.”

Emanuel apparently digs the phrase "not happening." When writer Nina Burleigh asks whether he wants to be “mayor for life,” Emanuel replies, “No. Not happening. Or won’t be married if so.”

Before he was eyed walking into the White House on Friday morning, the ex-congressman was spotted having dinner Thursday at Italian restaurant Bibiana in downtown Washington. Our spy tells us the F-bomb-loving politician dined with two guests.