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Anthony Weiner’s dwindling staff pretty good news, according to Weiner

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By Doug Powers  •  July 29, 2013 11:41 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

Anthony Weiner’s campaign manager quit on Saturday, but according to Weiner that’s good, because it’ll make room for all the people who are clamoring to work for him:

Anthony Weiner’s already limp mayoral campaign suffered another huge blow yesterday, when his campaign manager abandoned the sinking ship.

Danny Kedem quit as Weiner’s campaign point man following a disastrous week on the trail, the embattled mayoral candidate confirmed this morning.

“Danny has left the campaign. He did a remarkable job,” Weiner said

“We have an excellent staff. More people have come on, frankly. We’ve gotten more volunteers and more people coming over to help the campaign in the last several days than anytime since the campaign started.”

Don’t weep for Kedem. A man with “Anthony Weiner’s campaign manager” on his resume shouldn’t have any problem finding another job. At which restaurant I’m not sure.

Weiner’s mayoral campaign summed up in less than three minutes:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXT1fb_TkX4&w=420&h=315]

**Written by Doug Powers

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