I think it is safe to say his political career is over.
Washington (CNN) – Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid gave embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner no love on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
"I know Congressman Weiner and I wish there was some way I can defend him, but I can't. OK?" Reid said.
And then there was this exchange with reporters:
Q: You didn't say whether you thought Congressman Weiner should resign.
Reid: I'm not here to defend Weiner.
Q: What do you think he should do?
Reid: That's all I'm going to say.
Q: Senator Reid, what advice would you give him if he asked you?
Reid: Call somebody else.
Some of Rep. Anthony Weiner's constituents made it clear Tuesday they want him gone.
"Resign Pervert Weiner," read the sign taped on the window of his Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, office.
Whoever posted that was speaking on behalf of many of Weiner's dismayed former supporters in Queens and Brooklyn, many of whom called for his ouster after he admitted to seamy sext-capades with six women - and lying about it.
"I think he should be barred out of politics. He's disgusting and a pervert," Ronnie Homan, 50, of Borough Park, Brooklyn, said after Weiner made his tearful admission Monday.
Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/anthony-weiner/2011/06/07/weiners-brooklyn-office-defaced-angry-constituents#ixzz1Ocpnuia9
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