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“I made a commitment to the president through his re-election, which I’m confident he will do, and then my wife and I will return to Chicago,” Daley told the NBC affiliate in Chicago.Daley replaced former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, who is now mayor of Chicago.Asked whether he would take a stab at running for mayor himself, Daley said: “All I’m trying to do is get through day to day. I have no plans.”