Transcript for Weiner Critic: 'Can't Be Trusted in Your Own Family'
Now, to the anthony weiner He was back on the trail last night, refusing to back down to critics, as another supporter of bill and hillary clinton come forward, urging him to drop out of the new york mayor's race. Reporter: Good morning, amy. Problems persist for anthony weiner. Even as he campaigned overnight in the district he represented in congress, once again, he was heckled. While weiner is adamant his not abandon his communication's director, people are abandoning him. How can I trust you with my family and my community, when you can't be trusted in your own family? Reporter: Realized once again overnight, that he just can't seem to escape his sexting scandal. You probably know more about me than any candidate running. For better or worse. Reporter: At times wednesday, it seems the never say quit candidate couldn't catch a break. Hours before his only campaign event, he was once again forced off message. This time, by the person in charge of getting his message out. The embattled candidate telling reporters, he's standing by his communications director barbara morgan, after talking points published a curse-filled rant she went on a reporter. The photo captured, should have known better. Been better. Got to pay up. With that, morgan was back on the job, just in time to dispel yet another rumor, that weiner's wife, huma abedin, was being forced to take a leave of absence from her job with hillary clinton. Huma always planned to take time off this summer. Weiner remains to be rebuffed by politicians and political pundits. If I was working this campaign, I would say I can't take this anymore and resign. Reporter: Weiner's decision not to resign is sending ripples through the political universe. The reporters asking for the president's reaction. There's plenty of stuff to cover without us commenting. Reporter: Late-night comedi comedians, however, had no trouble commenting. He says he's staying in the race because he cares deeply about the people in new york. Except for the one he's married to. Reporter: In an e-mail to supporters, weiner reiterated that some of his opponents, pundits and editorial boards want him to quit. But that's not the way he rolls. We'll see how voters roll in the primary. You know what I think we're
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