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Anthony Weiner Scandal Discussed by Barack Obama on 'GMA' (Video)

The president calls Weinergate "a tough incident" for them, but says he'll "bounce back."

Anthony Weiner
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President Barack Obama spoke about Anthony Weiner stepping down from office in an interview with Robin Roberts that aired on Good Morning America Friday.

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"I wish Rep. Weiner and his lovely wife well," Obama said. "Obviously, it's been a tough incident for him, but I'm confident that they'll refocus and he'll refocus, and they'll end up being able to bounce back."

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Obama gave an interview to Today's Ann Curry-- who recently replaced Meredith Vieira as host -- earlier this week in which he said Weiner should resign.

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Weiner resigned from Congress Thursday following controversy about him sending racy photos to at least six women. He was heckled by a Howard Stern writer, Benjy Bronk.

He was recently approached about a cameo on Entourage.