What could go wrong? Well, apparently now it’s gonna be Anthony Weiner’s job to help figure that out:
A crisis communications firm has enlisted the services of none other than Anthony Weiner, the former Democratic lawmaker whose well-documented sexting scandals sank his once-promising political career.
Weiner will serve on the advisory board at the New York-based PR firm MWW, the firm’s D.C. managing director, Paul Tencher, confirmed to POLITICO on Thursday. Contrary to the New York Post’s initial report, Tencher said, Weiner will not advise clients but will serve on its advisory board.
“Anthony Weiner’s primary role at MWW will be as a part time consultant primarily focused on policy and new business development. He will not be serving clients directly, but rather serving as an advisor to our leadership team,” Tencher wrote in an email to POLITICO.
Hmmm … not serving clients directly? Well, that’s probably a good thing. Still, though — who thought Anthony Weiner was the perfect guy for this job?
Inquiring minds wanna know. Because our morbid curiosity wins out slightly over our disgust.
Some parting food for thought: