Hillary’s most famous staffer, Huma Abedin, who was married to New York City failed politician and serial sexter, Anthony Weiner, has reportedly gone back to her husband after realizing she won’t make it into the white house anyway.
Weiner, who was repeatedly caught, much to the public’s delight, sending pictures of his private parts to various women across Twitter, and after taking some time off from politics, while planning another political run – got caught with the fake profile, Carlos Danger, still sending pictures of himself exposed.
Finally, he was caught and Huma forced to leave him to save face, after he was caught sending yet another photo to a woman, this time with his sleeping child near him.
The Daily Mail reports:
Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton‘s top aide, is ‘working hard’ to repair the relationship with her chronically sexting husband Anthony Weiner, according to a report on Saturday.
The fact that Abedin is willing to forgive Weiner is all the more remarkable given the role he played in arguably costing Huma’s boss, Hillary Clinton, the presidency.
In September, DailyMail.com revealed that Weiner was engaged in a sexting relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
That revelation triggered a federal investigation, during which agents seized Weiner’s laptop.
That laptop contained emails linked to Clinton, and those emails prompted FBI Director James Comey to announce that he had re-opened the investigation into Clinton’s private email servers just days before the election.
Though the investigation into Clinton was later closed, pollsters believe that Comey’s announcement helped sway enough undecided voters to cost Hillary the presidency.
Abedin, 40, filed for divorce from Weiner, 52, last year after the former New York Congressman and failed mayoral candidate was discovered to have exchanged explicit text messages and photos with a 40-year-old woman – with one of the texts showing a photo of him aroused as his toddler son was lying down next to him.
Now it appears that Abedin is ready to forgive her bad boy husband, the New York Post reported.