Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin pose with their son Jordan in People magazine.
Anthony Weiner was noncommittal about whether he plans to return to politics in a new interview about life since he was forced to resign in a sexting scandal.
"I'm very happy in my present life," Weiner told People Magazine in a joint interview with his wife, Huma Abedin, who is deputy chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The two have a six-month-old son, Jordan.
"The only next dramatic steps I'm planning on are Jordan's first."
Rumors have been swirling that Weiner, who still has a $4.5-million campaign war chest, plans to attempt a return to politics and may even run for mayor.
"It took a lot of work to get to where we are today, but I want people to know we're a normal family," Abedin, 37, told People. "Anthony has spent every day since [the scandal] trying to be the best dad and husband he can be," she says of her husband, who does all the laundry. "I'm proud to be married to him."
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