With Weiner's professional life on the verge of collapse, both he and his wife have turned to the Clintons -- for consolation, for help or just an ear that will listen. The congressman, who has embarked on an epic apology tour in the halls of Congress to try and convince colleagues he can keep his seat, reportedly called the former president to say he's sorry after he confessed to his indiscretions at a press conference Monday afternoon. It's not clear what transpired on the call.
The Clintons are said to be upset by Weiner's earthquake revelations. According to The Wall Street Journal, Abedin also sought the counsel of Hillary Clinton -- who knows a thing or two about straying husbands -- on Monday sometime before Weiner went public with his online dalliances and after he confessed privately to his wife.
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