One time up and coming Democratic politician turned sex-crazed laughingstock Anthony Weiner is again making noise about running for public office. But this time he is saying he’ll only do it if he can run for New York mayor in a match up against Donald Trump Jr.
Weiner, who ruined his congressional career after he was caught sending sexually suggestive photos of himself to a long list of women, apparently just can’t envision his life outside elected office. In fact, he has already run for mayor of the Big Apple once with disastrous results.
But he may be eyeing another stab at New York City’s top job.
The sexting former New York congressman — who is married to Hillary Clinton’s top aide, Huma Abedin — was on the floor of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday and told FOX 5 he would be interested in running for mayor of the Big Apple — if he can pick his own opponent.
There has been some speculation that Donald Trump Jr., might be mulling a run for City Hall and that possibility seemed to interest the excitable and disgraced congressman.
“I would come out of retirement just to beat him like a rented mule and then I’d turn the keys back over to [Mayor Bill] de Blasio,” Weiner said.
News of Weiner’s bravado spread quickly, sending Trump Jr., to his Twitter account to chide the sexting politician over his arrogance.
Too soon Anthony!!! You probably shouldn’t be talking about beating anything ever again. Go back to your cave. https://t.co/Mingecu6o9
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) July 26, 2016
In the end, few expect Weiner would make much of a dent in another run for City Hall, especially after his disastrous 2013 finish when he received a dismal 4.94 percent of Democrat primary votes.
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