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Weiner / Sexting Scandal / Constituents #995387

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 11, 2011
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The call from top Democrats for the resignation of Representative Anthony Weiner due to his sexting scandal featured; details given about his request for a leave of absence from the House to seek treatment with the call from former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi for him to resign. [Representatives Charles RANGEL, Carolyn MALONEY - offer no comment.] The Democratic perspective on the Weiner story discussed.

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Marist poll findings on the question of whether Weiner should resign from Congress outlined on screen.

(Forest Hills, Queens: Tony Guida) The reaction of Weiner's constituents in Queens to the scandal story presented; scenes shown from the city streets; details given about Weiner's ties to Senator Charles Schumer. [Four PEOPLE - offer views on whether he should resign.] [New York University professor Mitchell MOSS†- says his mother backs Weiner.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Cordes, Nancy;
Guida, Tony

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