Thompson won’t stop, Liu won’t quit, Weiner won’t reminiscence

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Thompson. (Jason Andrew via wsj.com)
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From Capital

Anthony Weiner is borrowing a move from Chris Christie, and released a video of him talking down a critic at a forum. [Azi Paybarah]

Mayor Michael Bloomberg questioned Harry Reid's multi-tasking skills. [Dana Rubinstein]

Video: Weiner's tells reporters they would have been booed like his rivals were at a recent forum for asking about his scandal rather than issues. [Azi Paybarah]

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Video: Weiner was called a "self-pleasuring freak" by Republican George McDonald. [Azi Paybarah]

Mayor's Race

John Mollenkopf: “The Latino community is going to be less of a player in this election," and "will likely be not highly mobilized because they don’t have a horse in the race.” [Javier Hernandez]

"When’s the last time a local politician jumped from the City Council to be elected mayor?" [Kate Taylor]

Late night, with Bill Thompson. [Ross Barkan]

A slideshow of Thompson's long day. [Jason Andrews]

John Liu said he won't drop out even if the NYCCFB denies him matching funds. [Michael Howard Saul]

Liu is popular among immigrants but a political science professor is skeptical it'll matter at the polls. [Ruschell Boone]

Bill de Blasio goes deep, on education. [Kristen Meriwether]

De Blasio raised more money on Staten Island than his rivals. [Tom Wrobleski]

Anthony Weiner's new campaign manager is Camille Joseph. [@mNitzky]

Flashback: Joseph was initially hired to be the political director, and previously worked for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and the Obama campaign. [Azi Paybarah]

Weiner on Hillary Clinton: "I have no reason to believe she's annoyed." [Andrew Siff]

Weiner said extending term limits was worse than his scandal. [Jennifer Fermino]

"It is not so much that voters here are shocked by his behaviour. It is more that they are bewildered." [Nick Bryant]

"Weiner has arguably left himself in worse shape than when he started." [Sean Sullvan]

Weiner's former sexting partner was reportedly offered a $1 million deal from SugarDaddyForMe.com. [RadarOnline]

Boston's Anthony Weiner is in trouble. [Eric Randall]

Comptroller's Race

Spitzer's tension: "If those companies are profiting from bad behaviour, his responsibility to pensioners will pit him against the broader public interest he claims to serve." [Mark Vandevelde]

Public Advocate's Race

RWDSU, which backed Bloomberg's closest ally for mayor, endorsed Letitia James, one of his biggest critics, for public advocate. [Celeste Katz]

Down Ballot

City Council candidate Zaed Ramadan said comments from two Democratic district leaders in Manhattan were "pure race baiting" and their actions were " truly reminiscent of the Jim Crow era." [inbox]

Washington

Rep. Dan Maffei voting against his conference's leader may help his re-election chances. [Liz Benjamin]

Nate Silver: "I think you have a lot of people in DC who are very detached from reality." [Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson]

City Hall

FOILing info from the NYPD is not easy, even for lawyers. [Jeff Morganteen]