Like any good disgraced politician, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, did his disappearing act for a while and is now ready to be let out of “time out.”
Word has it that Weiner recently paid a total of $106,500 for research and polling to explore comeback possibilities, according to the New York Post.
Sources are telling Page Six that Weiner has a real axe to grind with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who pushed him into resigning in 2011 when the famous naked text scandal broke.
According to the Post sources, Pelosi released a statement calling for Weiner’s resignation after he had already informed her he would be taking the celebrity approach to the situation – make a public apology, announce that you are seeking treatment and wait until it all blows over.
“Weiner is still fuming over his downfall, and he blames Nancy Pelosi,” said a source. “Weiner has recently been telling pals that ‘when Hillary is president,’ he will get his revenge.” Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, is a longtime Clinton aide. Weiner’s rep said of Pelosi, “This is not true, and he never said that.” A rep for Pelosi had no comment.
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