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Just when Anthony Weiner thought his rapidly derailing bid for Gracie Mansion could not be more off the tracks, it just listed further. All thanks to a torrential foul language tirade emanating from Camp Weiner aimed directly at a former intern, as reported by Talking Points Memo (TPM) via Google News on July 30, 2013.
Before the ink could dry on a New York Daily News tell-all penned by former intern Olivia Nuzzi (above), TPM conducted a profanity laced, ride-with-f bombs interview with Weiner communications director Barbara Morgan.
Responding to Nuzzi’s characterization of the House of Weiner as in disarray, Morgan held little back in her verbal counter assault. For the record, it’s not as though there was no truth to Nuzzi’s critique, which addressed problems ranging from underpaid and résumé-weak employees lashing up with Weiner’s run for the mayor’s office just to get close to his wife Huma Abedin (a close aide to Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State and Democrat frontrunner for president in 2016) to Weiner himself consistently referring to multiple women in the campaign as “Monica.”
Describing Nuzzi as an attention-seeking “b*tch” who “sucked” at her job, Morgan also referred to her as a “slutbag” and two other less-than-flattering descriptors relating to female genitalia. Morgan went on to lament how hard it is to work with interns who had signed non-disclosure agreements:
I’m dealing with like stupid f***ing interns who make it on to the cover of the Daily News even though they signed NDAs and/or they proceeded to trash me.
Morgan indirectly sent a message to Nuzzi concerning her ability to ever work in New York City politics in the future:
F***ing slutbag. Nice f***ing glamor shot on the cover of the Daily News.
Man, see if you ever get a job in this town again.
Morgan was also angered that Nuzzi questioned her credentials when she worked in the Garden State:
And then like she had the f***ing balls to like trash me in the paper.
And be like, ‘His communications director was last the press secretary of the Department of Education in New Jersey.
You know what? F**k you, you little c**t.
I’m not joking, I am going to sue her.
Exercising economy of management in her usage of the mother tongue, Weiner’s communications honcho summed up the current flap:
It’s all bulls**t. I mean, it’s such bulls**t.
She could f***ing — f***ing t**t.