“We don’t think a congressman is a big deal, but for the average American, they’re starstruck . You should be able to follow a congressman on Twitter and not expect this kind of behavior is going to happen.” Powers, who lives in the District with her husband, alluded in her essay to “issues” she thought her ex “needed to deal with.” Hmmm. “I thought he was reckless in his dating life.” And Powers says she told him so. You need to be more careful.” But that was years ago, in his single days, and even then it was nothing Powers worried would be a career-ender.
“The one thing I thought he would never jeopardize is his job.” Read also: Rep.
She knew what she was getting herself into, Stu noted.
“I’ve got to say, I’m not a defender of Anthony Weiner here, but he seems to be exactly the person she should have thought he was. And now she says if she could speak with him (good luck with that), her message would be to stop lying and embarrassing his wife.
One interesting aspect the profile touches on is the courtship between Abedin and her now-infamous husband, the former congressman Anthony Weiner.Perhaps his marriage was essentially over and he was lonely. The point is, no one knows exactly what happens between two people in a relationship other than the two people in that relationship.And even then, it isn't that simple, as anyone who has been in an actual relationship knows all too well.Do you feel lonely sometimes and go on the internet to look at porn?What would your own private text messages, emails and internet search history reveal if they were plastered all over the internet?