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Weiner / Twitter Scandal / A Statement / A Discussion (Part II) #995175

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 06, 2011
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[In his statement today, Representative Anthony WEINER - admits he made terrible mistakes, apologizes to his wife and family.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The report from Meagan Broussard, who had an online relationship Weiner, noted. [From ABC, BROUSSARD - outlines what Weiner and she exchanged.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Mary Matalin and sex and relationship expert Laura Berman about Weiner and lying. [BEGALA - comments on the potential political and ethics problems; talks about Senator David Vitter's sex scandal; raises the consensual issue.] [MATALIN - comments on the magnitude of sending pornographic photos to young women and today's statement made it hard for the party; states Weiner is an elected official and he's not gonna make it.] [BERMAN - comments on the vague boundaries of online behavior; suggests using this as a teachable moment for the kids.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:30

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