In response to the daily barrage of questions about when he’ll drop out of the race now that we know he continued to do what he did even after he promised he’d never do it again, Weiner told reporters that it was “up to the people to decide.”
And I agree with that.
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Of course, that doesn’t mean waiting until the September primary, which is the first chance voters will get to discard Weiner. His audience right now is donors and activists.
If they’re telling him today he’s all done, he could be gone by the weekend.
And that’s probably the best outcome for all concerned "
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