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Anthony D. Weiner
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A whirl of speculation is surrounding former representative Anthony Weiner who resigned from Congress in 2011 after he accidentally sent a private photo to a woman publicly over Twitter.
During the week that found America coping with the Boston Marathon terrorist attack and a deadly factory explosion, the broadcast networks remained in biased business-as-usual mode.
Former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner sent out a peculiar tweet at noon Monday — a link to his new account — in perhaps a way to distance himself from past transgressions with his old username.
Former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner would come in second, with 15 percent of the votes, if New York City's Democratic mayoral primary were held today.
That lascivious New York weasel, former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner, proves once again that when it comes to audacity beyond chutzpah, this pathetic Brooklyn-born "bon vivant" is tough to beat ("Ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner eyes comeback as NYC mayor," Web, Wednesday). What? He's actually planning on slithering back to the New York City mayor's ballot, this time for a shameless stab at a political encore. I smell eau de Democrat, something similar to the fragrance worn by former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry.
Former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner has just received his first formal endorsement for his potential run for New York City mayor — from Rep. Keith Ellison, Minnesota Democrat.
Disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner said in magazine article posted online Wednesday that he was mulling a run for mayor of New York City, if the public would only give him a second chance.
Donald Trump: Anthony Weiner asked for money right before hitting 'the wrong button on his computer'
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump told the New York Post on Friday that former New York Rep. Anthony D. Weiner came to him for money "just before he pressed the wrong button on his computer."
Former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner's mayoral campaign spent more than $100,000 on polling and research this month, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.