The New York Post has broken a story for anyone wonder what Anthony Weiner has been up to. Apparently the newly hired MWWPR employee Anthony Weiner has been advised not to attend his boss, Michael Kempner of MWW Public Relations fundraiser for Hillary Clinton.
As reported, Anthony Weiner was not only not invited, “he was specifically told not to show up just in case he had any plans to.
The NY Post reported that, “Weiner has been kept away from Hillary since his second sexting scandal first broke in 2013, even though Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, has a bigger role than ever in Clinton’s presidential campaign. Kempner and wife Jacqueline are hosting a fundraiser that Hillary will attend Sept. 24 at their home in Cresskill, NJ.
Who can be surprised that Weiner isn’t wanted at the event his boss, Michael Kempner of MWW PR is organizing for Hillary Clinton? Of course he’s not wanted.
Kempner has previously been knocked for his political affiliations – as its par for the course in politics, as The Washington Examiner noted last year that “Investor Michael Kempner bundled $3 million for Obama’s re-election.
He’s also a top investor in high-tech light bulbs, which few people would buy if not for Obama-backed light bulb regulations.
When Obama was elected, Time Magazine said “Among Top Obama Fundraisers, Influence Seekers Abound”, noting “Though Kempner is not registered as a lobbyist, he is an operating partner in the private equity firm Pegasus Capital Advisors, which owns MWW’s biggest lobbying client, iGPS, a company that produces plastic shipping pallets. In 2010, iGPS spent nearly $1 million lobbying Congress, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mostly on new rules that would restrict the use of a fire-retardant chemical that iGPS uses in its pallets.”
Donald Trump recently called Weiner a “perv,” who “obviously is psychologically disturbed.” As we reported, in front of thousands of supporters, Trump said, “(Abedin) is receiving this very, very important information and giving it to Hillary Clinton.
Well, who else is she giving it to? Her husband has serious problems, and on top of that, he now works for a public relations firm. So how can she be married to this guy who’s got these major problems?”
None of this has stopped MWW PR Group from continuing to experience rapid growth. We do, however, wonder if MWW Public Relations regrets hiring Anthony Weiner – is it worth it?