Obama Comments on Weiner Marriage

    Image #: 14322564    epa02755814 US President Barack Obama talks to reporters after the meeting with Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski at the presidential palace in Warsaw, Poland, 28 May 2011. Obama began talks on 28 May with his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski in Warsaw to discuss issues like stationing US F-16 jet fighters in Poland and supporting democratic changes in the Arab world. The visit was seen as a bid by the US to reassure Warsaw of its position as one of Washingtonës top allies in the region. Obama arrived in Poland late 27 May afternoon to attend a meeting of some 20 central and eastern European leaders on how their experiences in toppling Communism could be used to help support the democratic changes in the Arab world and Eastern European nations like Belarus.  EPA/JACEK TURCZYK /LANDOV

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    President Obama weighed in earlier in the week on the effect of Weiner's sex scandal on his career, saying he would resign were he in the congressman's position, and he put in his two cents in an interview that aired on Friday's Good Morning America about the shamed politician's marriage with wife Huma Abedin: "I wish Rep. Weiner and his lovely wife well," Obama said, adding that he believed Weiner will "refocus" and that the couple will ultimately be able to "bounce back." Weiner finally resigned from Congress Thursday, three weeks after his Twitter scandal first broke out. A source told the Daily News that it was his pregnant wife who finally convinced Weiner to resign.

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