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Weiner / Twitter Scandal / The Wife #995225

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 08, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Reports that Representative Anthony Weiner's wife Huma, an aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is pregnant while Democrats call for him to resign over the Twitter scandal introduced.

(Washington: Dana Bash) The calls for Weiner's resignation from House Democrats and his exchanges with colleagues and friends over what to do to redeem himself featured; Democrats' photos shown while the language for resignation is quoted; details given about the ties of the Clintons to Huma Abedin.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The words of a Las Vegas blackjack dealer about her sexual flirting with Weiner noted. [WOMAN - talks about her talks with Weiner.]

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The relationship of Huma Abedin with her husband while she travels with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton examined; Huma-Weiner photos shown; details given about Huma's professional background with Hillary. [Friend James CARVILLE - talks about Abedin.] Hillary quoted about Huma.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:06:30

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