Even Mark Foley is saying Weiner should resign.
The New York Post’s cover: “Weiner: I’ll stick it out.”
Roll Call notes that the key player if Weiner resigns is New York Congressman Joe Crowley.
The Times on Weiner: “The scandal swirling around him has revealed a truth about his personality and his place in the Capitol: He does not care much about those he serves with, and they do not care too much about him.”
“Senior Senate Democrats are growing frustrated by what they see as President Obama’s passivity on the economy, and are beginning to discuss a large infrastructure package funded by tax increases,” The Hill writes.
“Some House Republicans who supported Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wis.) budget are wary of voting to increase the nation’s debt ceiling, fearing a barrage of campaign ads in the 2012 election,” The Hill reports.
Rep. Pete King announced a second hearing on “radicalization within the American-Muslim community,” to be held Wednesday.
“Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s chief spokesman, Jon Summers, will announce Friday that he is departing the Nevada Democrat’s leadership office, sources confirmed Thursday evening,” Roll Call reports.