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Anthony Weiner, whose political career took a tumble over revelations of his sexting activities — especially after he was outed the second time — clammed up when asked what he's doing in that regard present day.
Disgraced former congressman and nude selfie aficionado Anthony Weiner has joined Business Insider as a monthly columnist for the website's politics page, the section's editor announced Monday.
Revenge is a powerful engine, and nothing drives human behavior like it. Love, like candy, is dandy, but revenge, like liquor, is quicker, and the effect is longer lasting. Hillary Clinton seems determined to learn this bitter lesson.
Rep. Michael Grimm faced public backlash this week after threatening to chuck a NY1 reporter over a balcony, and disgraced former representative Anthony Weiner has as a few words of advice for him.
Scandal-plagued Anthony Weiner — whose wife is a close associate to Hillary Clinton — laid it on pretty thick for the former first lady this week, characterizing her as quite possibly the best politician for the presidential role in the entire history of the United States.
The much-disgraced former N.Y. congressman and city mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner is ditching his $12,000-per-month ritzy Park Avenue South apartment and searching out a cheaper place.
A New York daily newspaper may have reported that disgraced and failed New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner was a top considered choice for a new WABC radio show, but Cumulus Media couldn't be clearer in denying interest.
Former Rep. Anthony Weiner who recently failed in his New York City mayoral bid after an elongated sexting scandal said his ensuing marriage problems don't hit him as hard in the heart as they do his wife, Huma Abedin.
If it wasn't for the internet, Anthony Weiner would be the mayor of New York City. That is, of course, according to Anthony Weiner, who sat down with an interview with GQ magazine for its November issue.