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After a new round of scandalous sexts emerged between mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and a 22-year-old woman (these exchanges continued after he resigned from Congress), Weiner's wife Huma Abedin spoke out for the first time at a hastily assembled press conference yesterday. Save a few Vogue features, Abedin, Hillary Clinton's gorgeous top aide, has stayed out of the spotlight. She wasn't there on camera the first time scandal (via Twitter) took down her husband two years ago. But yesterday she was right there beside him. And today, Harper's Bazaar has released an excerpt of an essay Abedin penned for their September issue titled "The Good Wife." Anthony Weiner's story might be coming to a dramatic end but Abedin's is just beginning.
If the checkered ASOS dress NYC mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner's wife Huma Abedin wore yesterday looks familiar to you, it's probably because you shared a pic of it with all your Facebook friends way back in August. No, we aren't suggesting you've time-traveled (though that would be like, so insanely awesome, right?!): First Lady Michelle Obama wore the very same number for a campaign event in Iowa with the President, then running for his second term in office--a photo of which went on to become the most viral image in history.