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Weiner also told NBC New York in an interview Friday that he regrets his experiences engaging in online relationships.
“I didn’t like when I was doing it. It was wrong to do. It was wrong to my wife — wrong period,” Weiner said.
For the first time, Weiner seemed exasperated at the questions that continue to trail him about the online relationships, the latest of which were disclosed early last week and have plunged him into fourth place among Democratic primary candidates.
Weiner admitted last week to online sexual relationships with at least three women after resigning from Congress in 2011. In total, he estimated that he had online relationships with between six and 10 women both during his time in Congress and otherwise.
“The behavior that people know about, I did, over an extended period of time, with more than one person,” Weiner told NBC New York. “I just think at a certain point, OK, I think people know these embarrassing things about me. I think at a certain point now we have to have a conversation that goes to, all right, what else should people know?”
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