Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Obama suggests that Congressman Weiner should resign

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, has said in an exclusive interview with NBC television that he would resign if he was Anthony Weiner, Democrat of New York by the House of Representatives and who admitted last week have sent pictures and messages of contents six women sexually in the United States through the Twitter network.

"I can say that if I resign," said President Barack Obama, who was questioned about the case of Anthony Weiner in an exclusive interview he has given the U.S. chain. It is the first time the U.S. president and leader of the Democratic Party for some kind of statement about it since it was uncovered the scandal photos.

Last Saturday, Rep. Weiner announced through a spokesman, who would ask for a temporary leave from his seat and would enter a psychiatric clinic to seek treatment without clarifying in response to what ailment. Despite the call for resignation of the Democratic minority leader of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi of California, Weiner has not ruled on the matter.

"When you reach the point where, due to various personal distractions, can not fulfill its mandate, should retire, just as we are concerned about people who fear for their jobs, their mortgages, and to be able to make ends month, "Obama said. To the President of the congressman's behavior was "extremely inappropriate" and has become a pattern of "shame" for himself, his wife and family, said Obama, according to NBC.

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