Pelosi: Weiner’s Fate Not My Call

    UNITED STATES – MAY 26: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., holds her weekly news conference on Thursday, May 26, 2011, to discuss gas prices and Medicare. (Photo By Bill Clark, Roll Call / Getty Images) 

Image #: 14409778    epa02769605 Democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner speaks during a press conference at a hotel in New York, New York, USA, on 06 June 2011, where he admitted that he had communicated with women online before and after his marriage and sent them explicit photos.  EPA/ANDREW GOMBERT /LANDOV

    House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi refused to call on Anthony Weiner to resign Friday, saying that such a decision is to be made by the “individual member” of Congress and his district. Pelosi has called for a House Ethics investigation into his behavior. So far, at least nine House members and three Senators have demanded that the seven-term Congressman to step down. However, Weiner and his constituents may not have a choice come 2012: With New York losing two House seats, some are pointing at Weiner’s seat as particularly vulnerable, especially given the recent scandal.

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