“I’m trying to gauge not only what’s right and what feels comfortable right this second, but I’m also thinking, 'How will I feel in a year or two years or five years? Is this the time that I should be doing it?' And then there’s the other side of the coin, which is . . . am I still the same person who I thought would make a good mayor?”
The humbled Democrat now plays the role of stay-at-home husband and primary caretaker of his year-old son, picking up his wife’s dry cleaning and sticking close to their Park Avenue apartment. In the extensive interview, Weiner appears repentant for the sexting scandal that tipped his career into free-fall and jeopardized his marriage to Huma Abedin, a longtime aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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NYC is considered to be liberal but I don't think they are that liberal. I guess anything is possible today but running for mayor is very ambitious with his reputation
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