Anthony Weiner may be making a political comeback — possibly even a run for mayor — but it appears that New Yorkers aren’t ready to get on his bandwagon anytime soon.
Anthony Weiner is officially joining the ranks of the unemployed. The disgraced New York congressman’s resignation letter, submitted Monday, states he will leave office at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday.
“I will be looking for other ways to contribute my talents, to make sure that we live up to that most New York and American of ideals,” the seven-term congressman said.
Weiner apologized and announced his decision Thursday at a news conference in Brooklyn.
Abedin had been traveling overseas with her boss Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The question is now: does her return mean the defiant House member’s resignation may be imminent?
The official hint that Congressman Anthony Weiner may quit came on Tuesday. And there were suggestions that there’s more President Barack Obama can do to help ease him out.
The House Ethics Committee staff has initiated a preliminary inquiry into Rep. Anthony Weiner’s sexually charged online relationships with several women.
Congressman Anthony Weiner had been getting support during his Twitter scandal was his home district in Brooklyn and Queens, but his decision to take a leave of absence from office and enter rehab drew criticism from some of his constituents.
The calls for Weiner’s resignation come a day after the New York lawmaker, embroiled in a Twitter scandal, admitted he had online contact with a Delaware teenager.
As Rep. Weiner’s sexting scandal deepens, there are growing calls this morning for him to step down, but he’s digging in his heels.
Congressman Anthony Weiner’s district encompasses a huge part of Brooklyn and Queens. CBS 2’s Pablo Guzman went to each borough on Tuesday and found voters are not happy about the “Weiner-gate” scandal.
Embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted to posting lewd photos of himself on Twitter at a Monday afternoon press conference.
The Forest Hills section of Queens has been a staunch supporter of Rep. Anthony Weiner, but now it appears that support is crumbling. That’s because the six-term congressman admitted Monday to posting lewd photos on Twitter.
One notable no-show to Sunday’s Celebrate Israel Parade on Fifth Avenue was Congressman Anthony Weiner, whose absence apparently did not sit will with a top U.S. senator.
On Friday, CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer tracked down one man who might be able to shed some light on the Congressman Anthony Weiner Twitter scandal.