Emanuel, who was chief of staff under President Barack Obama and an adviser to President Bill Clinton, told Axelrod that he thinks Trump is "making a big mistake" in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Looking ahead to 2020, Emanuel predicted that the 2018 midterm election marked a potential turning point for Democrats, particularly when it comes to making gains in suburban areas.
He said Americans are ready for a foil to the President and that the country is "ashamed" and "exhausted" by Trump.
Emanuel also discussed gun violence in Chicago, which Trump has repeatedly criticized.
He also said Trump might be targeting him more than other big city mayors, and that the President uses Chicago as a "shorthand" for what he views as failed Democratic policies in cities roiled by gun violence.
Two cents: Sunshot shines in world activities as opposed to player-versus-player gun battles, but its limited magazine and ammo reserves hurt this gun's long-term viability, meaning you'll continually need to switch back and forth to other weapons.
Two cents: Wavesplitter is really fun in activities where you need a void weapon, and it is surprisingly good in player-versus-player activities like Crucible.
The gun is great for taking out smaller enemies, but since landing multiple precision shots gives the fifth shot a big explosive blast, it's also shockingly useful at taking out bosses.
You shoot little insects that find and destroy enemies, which can be devilishly fun in player-versus-player activities like Crucible.
Two cents: This is one of the most fun weapons in "Destiny 2." Having two tracking rockets is great for most activities, and it's surprisingly good in player-versus-player activities like Crucible.