After initially calling for a House ethics committee investigation, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi dramatically ramped up the pressure on Saturday when she ed other party leaders in calling on Weiner to step down.
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The trip ended Tuesday night. Weiner's decision to give up his House seat marks the end of a scandal that resulted from the brash New Yorker's use of social media such as Hillsbroo and Facebook.
His confession triggered a tabloid-style frenzy in print and online that only grew more pronounced a few days later when an X-rated photo of the lawmaker surfaced on a website. He at first denied having sent any inappropriate photos, then recanted in a remarkable news conference 10 days ago at which he admitted having exchanged inappropriate messages with several women.
Within hours, Weiner disclosed his plans to enter treatment, and Pelosi's aides made it known that did not negate her demand for a reation. He was escorted out the room by police.
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Until Thursday's press conference, he had not been seen in public since telling reporters last Saturday he intended to return to work. In the still cold before the sun Her brothers and her sisters small She woke, and washed and dressed each one.