Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Anthony Weiner admits sexting scandal has hurt Huma's career, but she'll still have a role in potential Hillary campaign

2013 NYC Elections

Democratic mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner acknowledged that his sexting scandal has hurt his wife Huma Abedin's career, but said she will still have a role if Hillary Clinton runs for President in 2016. Meanwhile, a NYC food truck chronicling the scandal has been spotted.

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Anthony Weiner on BuzzFeed Brews with Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith

Anthony Weiner spoke about his wife's career on BuzzFeed Brews.

Anthony Weiner says he’s hurt his wife’s career — but she’ll still have a role if Hillary Clinton runs for President in 2016.
Asked at an event hosted by the online publication BuzzFeed if he knew what his wife, Huma Abedin, would do in a potential Clinton campaign, Weiner said he did but added: “I’m not telling you.”
Weiner's latest texting scandal is painted on the side of an NYC food truck.

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Weiner's latest texting scandal is painted on the side of an NYC food truck.

He acknowledged his scandal has hurt her ascendant career in Clintonland. “It’s hurt her professionally, it’s hurt her personally,” he said.
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The art on the food truck alludes to Weiner's sexting scandal.

Jason Webber / Splash News/Jason Webber / Splash News

The art on the food truck alludes to Weiner's sexting scandal.

But she’s still sticking with his campaign, he insisted.
“She’s helping out every day,” he said.
Elements of Weiner's scandal, such as his online alias 'Carlos Danger,' are referenced in the art.

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Elements of Weiner's scandal, such as his online alias 'Carlos Danger,' are referenced in the art.

As for the Clintons themselves, he said he last spoke to them “months ago.”
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Weiner said his busy schedule is cutting into his time for therapy after his serial sexting with women online.
“I see my therapist when I can. It’s tough on the campaign trail,” he said.
“Apparently you never go out of therapy. They have this thing where you just remain in forever,” he said.
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