Anthony Weiner Resign
June 11, 2011 by USA Post
The former president said in San Francisco, which she believes the decision should be taken by “individual members” and the people of his district.
Weiner, a seven-term Democrat, has admitted sending sexually explicit photos and messages via the Internet to a half-dozen women in the last three years. Pelosi asked the House Ethics Committee to investigate whether Weiner uses the resources of government.
Weiner told a newspaper on Thursday he will not resign. At least nine House members and three senators said he should quit.
Two former presidents of the Democratic Party also said he should resign.
Weiner rallied the support of Rep. Charles Rangel, Democrat of New York who was censured by the House last year for ethics violations.
Rangel suggests that other members of Congress had made the most immoral Weiner.
Weiner said Rangel “was not with prostitutes. He would not go out with young children.”
In a recent survey of registered voters in the district of Weiner, 56 percent said they should remain in office while 33 percent said they should leave.
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