Last we saw Anthony Weiner he was retreating with his “manhood” tucked away in embarrassment as his Twitter sexting scandal led to his early exit from Congress and a long trip to wife Huma Abedin’s doghouse. Politicker reports he’s attempting to get back into politics: He’s in. After weeks of speculation, disgraced Rep. Anthony Weiner [...]
Well, well, well, the Huma Abedin controversy has finally hit the legacy media. Okay, okay – it’s not the Huma Abedin controversy, but it’s one Obama’s court stenographers apparently feel comfortable talking about. It seems Ms. Abedin,...Show More Summary
Says the New York Times, about Huma Abedin and her work for private clients while serving in the State Department in her longtime role as Hillary Clinton's confidante. Ms. Abedin reached her new working arrangement in June 2012, when...Show More Summary
Huma under fire: NYT Vs. Politico – NYT‘s Raymond Hernandez writes that Huma Abedin, wife of the most ambitious weiner in New York, former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Schlongville), did not disclose how much income she earned in her private consultant role while working as a top advisor for Sec. Show More Summary
Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's longtime confidante and wife of disgraced former Congressman and soon-to-be New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, did not disclose that she consulted for outside groups while still employed by the State Department. Show More Summary
"Bill and Hillary Clinton will not support Anthony Weiner in his dream of becoming mayor even though they love his wife, Huma Abedin," the New York Post reports. reports. Said one source: "The Clintons wish Weiner would just disappear. Every time he pops up, it's a reminder of Bill's scandal with Monica Lewinsky, and it isn't helpful to Hillary's hopes for 2016."
The power couple are back in the news: Huma Abedin (former deputy chief of staff of state to Hillary Clinton) and her husband, Anthony 'The Sexting Rep' Weiner, (disgraced New York State Rep. who resigned after his Twtter-pic scandal) were on the coveted cover of The New York Times Sunday Magazine recently. Show More Summary
On Thursday, a glowing profile of former Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) made the pages of the New York Times. According to that profile, Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin disclosed that their income was a swollen $496,000 for 2012.Show More Summary
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This weekend's New York Times Magazine features Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin, and details how they're rebuilding their marriage and Weiner's political career in the wake of his boner-photo tweet scandal. I wrote about it in my Guardian...Show More Summary
More than 5,000 words into the New York Times Magazine report on everything ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., and his wife, Huma Abedin, want you to know about Weiner’s “sexting” scandal that led him to resign from Congress in 2011, reporter Jonathan Van Meter pauses the story. Van Meter, a contributing editor at Vogue and New York [...]
Welcome to another edition of FishbowlNY’s Cover Battle. Today we have The New York Times Magazine versus Town & Country. The Times Magazine went with a photograph of everyone’s favorite couple, Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner. They’re holding hands because if Weiner doesn’t have one hand occupied at all times, he sexts uncontrollably. Show More Summary
What can one learn from the Times’s profile of Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin, written by Jonathan Van Meter, other than that, after an exile for overexposing himself on Twitter and in texts, Weiner is seriously considering a run for mayor of New York? Here are a few life lessons: 1. Show More Summary
ABC News’ Melissa Lustrin reports: Huma Abedin, an aide to Hillary Clinton and the wife of former New York congressman Anthony Weiner, says she “couldn’t breathe” the moment two years ago when her husband confessed to the world that he’d had relationships with...
The New York Times Magazine article on the return of former Rep. Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin has been denounced as a puff piece designed to lay the foundation for Weiner to run for New York mayor or other office. As I have mentioned before, I am astonished by so many Democrats expressing [...]
Anthony Weiner’s political comeback is in the hands of one person: His wife, Huma Abedin. If that sounds familiar — well, Abedin seems to be following the playbook of her longtime boss and mentor, Hillary Clinton. “It took a long … Continue reading ?
Felled by an illicit sext, the once-potent political power couple stage a comeback with an interview in The New York Times Magazine. read more
Post by Kiri BlakeleyLast time we heard from Anthony Weiner, he was sexting up a storm with dozens of women, none of whom was his pregnant wife Huma Abedin. The scandal forced Weiner to resign from his position as New York Congressman. Show More Summary
There is just no escape from the Weiner jokes. Apparently former congressman Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, granted the New York Times Magazine a long interview with the intent of preparing the public for a new post-tweet exposure scandal campaign for public office, most likely for New York mayor. Show More Summary
The profile of Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin in the New York Times magazine is reminiscent of an awful screenplay in which the movie would end if anyone behaved rationally, let alone intelligently. The bottom line is that, no surprise, Weiner … Continue reading ?