- The Washington Times - Thursday, July 25, 2013

Rev. Erick Salgado, one of New York City’s mayoral candidates, is demanding former congressman Anthony Weiner apologize to Hispanics for using the handle “Carlos Danger” to chat with young women online, National Review Online first reported.

“For Anthony Weiner to hide under a Spanish name to do his bad behavior is very insulting to the Spanish community,” Mr. Salgado said Wednesday.

“I believe he have [sic] to apologize to the Latino community. Every time many people do wrong behavior [sic], it’s always a Carlito, a Pedrito, a Miguelito. But behind that name, it was really not a Carlito. It was a ‘Anthony Weiner.’ You have to apologize to the Latino community. It’s an insult,” he added.

The Bronx native resigned as the President of Radio Cantico Nuevo, a radio ministry, to run for mayor, National Review reported.

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