Huma Abedin has announced that she is separating from the husband, Carlos Danger. Carlos Danger was caught tweeting photos of his crotch with a child next to him. So Huma says that's enough.
Did Huma Abedin Weiner really not know she had a deviant taking care of her child? She may not know what's best for herself, but she apparently knows what's best for Hillary Clinton. I mean, she's in line, she's chief aide now. She's presumably gonna be Hillary's chief of staff. But she has not been chief of her husband's staff, obviously.
It's interesting to note this, too. Did Hillary try to talk her into staying? Hillary didn't do this. Hillary hung in there. But Huma has had enough. Huma has chosen Hillary over Weiner. Obviously in more ways than one.
I mean, the idea, the possibility of becoming Hillary's chief of staff is obviously a very attractive thing, particularly when Huma has not been chief of her husband's staff, obviously, for quite a while.
But the contrast here, no bimbo eruption unit here. Huma Abedin not arising and trying to find out who these women are texting with her husband and then trying to destroy them.
That's Hillary's M.O.
But Huma, I guess she just doesn't want to deal with it, doesn't want to put up with it. And they're very sad in the Drive-By Media. It's almost fly the flag at half mast day. Jeff Zeleny, CNN, just a moment ago:
ZELENY: He is more than a spouse. He is a central player, of course, to Huma Abedin, though. But one cannot understate the importance of her to the Hillary Clinton campaign. There is no one who is --
Note the tone here. It's like somebody died.
ZELENY: -- at the candidate's right hand more often than Huma Abedin. This really is a personal matter, not a campaign matter; but it is really angering some people on the campaign I have spoken to this morning when this New York Post report came out. They were hoping that he would not embarrass this campaign, embarrass Huma. But that is what has happened here. But, you know, there are so many aides and so many people who work on a campaign; but, again, no one closer in every respect to Secretary Clinton than Huma Abedin. One can only imagine the personal conversations that Huma Abedin is having with Hillary Clinton...
STELTER: It's perplexing, it's mystifying, and now just downright sad. People have had fun with this story, they've exploited this story. The New York Post, among others, certainly have. But now to have a child involved, have a child on the cover of the New York Post with his father in bed with him taking lewd photos, that is just sad.
Well, who made it possible? Didn't Weiner make it possible?
Anyway, you can expect a lot more hand-wringing. You can expect a lot more sorrow. You can expect much sadness in the days ahead as this story continues to bounce around and reverberate through the presidential campaign. And, of course, what will it mean for Hillary, what will it mean for her campaign, and what will Trump do with it? Yes, everybody will be very, very concerned at whatever tactless, tasteless thing Trump tries to do with it, this in their point of view.
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