Rep. Anthony Weiner has moved from one elite group - aspiring mayors of New York - to a club nobody wants to join.
We’re talking, of course, about public figures embroiled in sex scandals.
The club is getting so big that members should think about forming an LLC.
With numbers, come discounts on all sorts of amenities - meeting rooms for pressers, legal bills, public relations hacks, job placement services, internet filtering software.
But the scandals haven’t demolished every career.
Grover Cleveland served two presidential terms after fathering a child out of wedlock. A new book by “Inside Edition” producer Charles Lachman asserts that Cleveland raped the child’s mother and later arranged to have her thrown into a lunatic asylum.
Times have changed.
Weiner might better look for guidance from President Bill Clinton, who officiated at his marriage, just as his wife, Huma Abedin, is likely consulting with her boss, Hillary Rodham Clinton.