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EXCLUSIVE: Former President Bill Clinton has agreed to endorse and campaign with Chicago mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel, who served in his White House from 1993-1998, ultimately as senior adviser to the president for policy and strategy. In January; date TBD. Clinton has been focused on the William J. Clinton Foundation since Nov. 2, so this’ll be his first political appearance of the new cycle. Expect to hear about Rahm’s role in passing the COPS initiative, which added 100,000 cops to the streets and helped drop crime rates to a 26-year low. This dream team — marrying WJC’s charm and Rahm’s doggedness — will help popularize the POLITICO view that when Emanuel qualified for the ballot, he all but became the next mayor of Second City. Election is Feb. 22, with a possible runoff April 5.