INSIDE EDITION's Exclusive With Anthony Weiner Sexting Partner Makes Headlines
There has been much reaction to INSIDE EDITION’s exclusive interview with the woman who had a long distance fling with the man who called himself 'Carlos Danger.'
INSIDE EDITION's exclusive interview with Anthony Weiner's sexting partner Sydney Leathers is making news around the world.
Good Morning America and the Today show, discussed the story. INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret was on CNN speaking to Wolf Blitzer.
On Fox News, Rudy Giuliani said, "Strange guy I mean he's a really, really strange guy. Obviously even more troubled than we originally thought."
INSIDE EDITION's Deborah Norville appeared on Good Day New York.
Norville said, "What we do know is that Anthony Weiner definitively said in public the behavior had ended. We have proof to the contrary that it didnt."
Now, there are questions about other sexting partners. Weiner himself might not have a handle on the total number.
Weiner said, "It's not dozens and dozens, it is six to ten I suppose. But I can't tell you absolutely what someone else is going to consider inappropriate or not."
Meanwhile, the late night jokes keep on coming with most focusing on Weiner's online name, Carlos Danger.
David Letterman joked, "Weiner is on the internet having erotic chats and he uses the name Carlos Danger, well who hasn't? Who hasn't ladies and gentlemen?"
Jay Leno said, "We put together a song that explains this whole Carlos Danger / Anthony Weiner story." Leno's song went, "Born in Brooklyn, he was one of three. Joined the congress down in Washington, D.C. Married Huma but things went wrong when he got caught texting pictures of his [expletive]."
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