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Weiner Dismisses Clinton Criticisms


“I am not terribly interested in what people who are not voters in the city of New York have to say,” Anthony Weiner declared yesterday evening, in response to a reporter’s question about rumored opposition to his continuing mayoral campaign by Bill and Hillary Clinton. Speaking at an impromptu press conference following a mayoral candidates’ forum in the Bronx, Weiner also declared that he would not entertain further discussion of his sex scandals: “I spoke at great length about this . . . I gave an 8,500-word story in the New York Times magazine, I think I’ve pretty much said what I had to say about that.”


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