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Anthony Weiner: Huma Abedin's Only Crime Is 'Standing by My Side'

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Tomorrow, New Yorkers head to the polls to vote in the primaries for their choice as mayor, and that race certainly hasn't been an easy one. Scandalized NYC mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner took advantage of the primary's momentum by appearing in a live interview with TODAY's Savannah Guthrie. In a taped pre-interview that appeared on Sunday's "Meet the Press," the two discussed Weiner's campaign and his wife Huma Abedin's much-discussed remarks in July.

During the segment, Weiner admitted that he and Abedin were "working through things." He added, "I don't think she did anything wrong. Her crime is standing at my side and helping me get through it." Weiner also stated that he's "convinced that I'm going to be the next mayor of this city." We'll see how those results shake out on Tuesday evening!


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