Weiner and wife talk about their happy marriage following scandal
Anthony Weiner has been mum about a possible run for mayor but he does have a lot to say about his family life.
The disgraced former congressman opened up to People Magazine along with his wife Huma Abedin in an interview that will hit newsstands Friday.
The 47-year-old, who resigned last year after sending lewd photos of himself to women on the Internet, said his current plans are focused on the couple's 6-month-old son Jordan.
"I'm very happy in my present life," the Democrat told the magazine.
Abedin, 37, who is the deputy chief of staff for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, said her husband has worked hard to put the scandal behind him and strengthen their relationship.
"I'm proud to be married to him," said Abedin, who added that Weiner does all of the laundry.
Before the interview was posted on People's website Wednesday, Abedin was attacked by several Tea Party House members who accused her of being part of an Islamic conspiracy to infiltrate America.
Weiner has kept quiet about reports that he might throw his hat into the 2013 mayoral race.
He is listed as a mayoral candidate in the city's campaign finance records and has more than $5 million in contributions, according to the city's campaign finance board.