The Company Memo: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Updated
New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin attend a news conference in New York on July 23, 2013.
New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin attend a news conference in New York on July 23, 2013.
Eric Thayer/Reuters

New details surrounding the scandal that forced Anthony Weiner to resign from Congress have emerged. Weiner, now running for New York City Mayor, was forced to resign in 2011 after tweeting lewd pictures of himself to a young woman. On Tuesday it was revealed that Weiner continued to send promiscuous pics to a young woman a year after he resigned from Congress. And the website that broke the story reports that Weiner sent those photos using the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.” But Weiner still has the support of his wife Huma Abedin, a former aid to Hillary Clinton, who stood by his side in Tuesday’s press conference and made a statement. Weiner has vowed to stay in the mayor’s race.  Public Relations expert Howard Bragman and psychotherapist Robi Ludwig will discuss how these new revelations will affect Weiner’s political aspirations. New York Congressman Charlie Rangel will also join Jansing & Co. with his take on the Weiner situation.

Later, Rep. Rangel will talk about the Congressional Black Caucus’ reaction to the Zimmerman verdict and how to restore public faith in a Congress with an all time low approval rating.

Forbes Magazine will soon release its updated America’s Top Colleges List and some of the top ranked colleges may surprise you. Forbes’ Executive Editor Michael Noer will join Jansing and Co. to discuss the criteria used to rank the schools.

On Tuesday Rep. Joe Garcia, D-Fla., had some choice words for his colleague Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, one of the biggest critics of the pathway to citizenship provision in the immigration reform bill. Garcia called recent comments by King “offensive” and “beneath the dignity” of the House. King said recently that he opposed the pathway to citizenship because of the high number of undocumented immigrants who carried drugs across the border. Our strategists will discuss what King’s comments say about the likelihood of an immigration bill clearing the House

And Queen Elizabeth will travel to Kensington Palace on Wednesday to meet her new great-grandson. Chris Jansing is in London and will have the latest on potential names for the little prince.

The Company Memo: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Updated