Weiner, whose campaign has been suspiciously quiet for some time, wrote:
So you won’t see me holding campaign rallies. You won’t see me knocking on doors asking for votes.
There is a time for politics, but this is a time for problem solving. And boy do we have a lot of problems to solve in Washington today.
At the beginning of the summer when Congress takes a break, I will look at the lay of the land again and try to determine the best political course.
But I will be guided by the same principles that have directed me for my whole career. How can I help ensure that New York remains the capital of the middle class and a City of opportunity for all those trying to make it?