Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal? | The Tylt

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Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal?
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Former Congressman Anthony Weiner and his phone are back in the news. After two separate sexting scandals, The New York Post reports Weiner sent sexually explicit messages to a "40-something divorcee," including one image with his infant son in the frame. Now his wife Huma Abedin is leaving him. Some are arguing Weiner is now a private citizen, and the press should not be making tabloid fodder of his personal life. Others claim both Weiner and his wife's political backgrounds make their marriage fair game for the media. What do you think? VOTE BELOW!

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Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal?
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He was, after all, a congressman. And a mayoral candidate. And is married to one of Hillary Clinton's top aides. It's ridiculous to think the press will just step aside when he sexts yet another woman.
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His wife announced they are separating, so his phone habits have effectively ended his marriage. It's a big news story.
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He's not running for office anymore. Maybe his personal life should stay personal.
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Is it anyone's business but theirs?
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His son was in bed with him in one of the illicit photos he sent. That's gross enough to make the front of the New York Post.
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His sexting habits effectively ended his political career and now may have ended his marriage. When has the media ever not loved a sex scandal?
FINAL RESULTS
Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal?
A festive crown for the winner
#WeinersFairGame
#LeaveWeinerAlone