Morning Read: Huma Abedin’s Resolve, Andrew Cuomo’s Legislation

huma222 Morning Read: Huma Abedins Resolve, Andrew Cuomos Legislation

Huma Abedin, with Anthony Weiner's family, in 2009. (photo credit: azi paybarah / observer)

 

Digging In: Weiner told a donor “Everything is going to be fine.” [Michael Barbaro and David Chen / NY Times]

Warnings: Weiner reacted to warning shots fired from conservatives monitoring his behavior with women in Twitter. [Jennifer Preston / NY Times]

Reactions: Roger Simon puts Weiner and Spitzer in same category; says he needs therapy but can’t say it and win election. [Charlie Rose / Hulu]

Tenure: Sheinkopf says “it’s ultimately his decision what to do.” [Erik Ortiz / amNew York]

Resignation Demanded: “By lying, apparently without compunction, he demolished his credibility.” [Newsday]

Resignation Demand: “his refusal to resign already illustrates the depths of his depravity.” [Michael Goodwin / NY Post]

Lies: Editors not he lied about attempts to cover up correspondence. [NY Daily News]

Cover Up: Raises questions about the “striking sophistication of the prepared statement fed to another newspaper.” [NY Post]

Cover Up: Weiner reportedly tried coaching porn star to downplay their exchanges.

[Alison Gendar and Celeste Katz / NY Daily News]

Opponents: Mosque opponent backed by Tea Party says “I’m looking for the Reagan Democrats” in Weiner’s district. [Adam Lisberg / CHN]

Confessions: Weiner once said “the bar for impropriety is so high I could never reach it.” [Mike Amon / Newsday]

Trends: Sex scandals a plenty here. [AP]

Marriage: “An influential Muslim leader advised Abedin stick with her husband.” [Carly Baldwin / Metro]

Marriage: Huma stays, say sources. [Erica Orden / WSJ]

Marriage: Huma “working overtime to help salvage” his career. [Jennifer Keil and Jennifer Fermino / NY Post]

2013: No one emerges from Dem crowd, with wounded Weiner. [Erin Einhorn / NY Daily News]

2013: Koch says Bloomberg is “leaning towards” Quinn. [Michael Saul / WSJ]

Legislation: Cuomo’s ethic bill really is a disclosure bill. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Legislation: Potential legal challenge to Cuomo’s bill; what about Third Parties? [Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

Legislation: “questions about whether the reforms would be weaker than expected.” [Danny Hakim / NY Times]

Corruption: Schneiderman appoints two people to focus on Long Island. [Kery Murakami / Newsday]

Banks: Schneiderman is a hardliner against banks, as AGs across the country negotiate a settlement. [Brady Dennis / Washington Post]

Trips: Quinn and Liu among NYC pols who took trips paid for by JCRC’s private donors. [Richard Autry / WSJ]

Civil War: Republicans Molinari and Lanza don’t’ communicate well; splitting Staten Island organization. [Tom Wrobleski / SI Advance]