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Category: General News
Weiner Apologizes Again; Wife Stands By Him
NEW YORK (AP) — One Democratic consultant says the latest revelations about Anthony Weiner (WEE'-nur) will make it tougher for voters to believe that his sexting scandals are behind him. But Weiner is vowing to stay in the race for mayor of New York, even though the New York Times and the Daily News are calling on him to leave the race. Weiner's wife was at his side yesterday, telling reporters that his explicit text messages are a matter for the two of them to deal with.