Anthony Weiner's New York mayoral campaign stuttered over the weekend, with campaign manager Danny Kedem resigning, and many prominent national Democrats calling for the ex-congressman to pull out of the race. Weiner said he'd always expected a "tough campaign," and he insisted he wouldn't quit. Former Obama aide David Axelrod said, "At this point, it's absurd. He is not going to be the next mayor. ... It's time for him to go away and let New York have its mayor's race."
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