Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign manager quits amid sexting scandal

WOODBURY - Danny Kedem, Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign manager, has stepped down amid the latest revelations about the former congressman's sexting scandal.

Seaford Rep. Peter King says Weiner should be the one stepping down.

"He is not qualified," said King. "[Weiner] is not psychologically qualified to be mayor of the City of New York."

Recent polling shows Weiner still trails behind City Council Speaker Christine Quinnin in the race.

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