Anthony Weiner is not dropping out of the race. But it's clear that the sexting scandal and the constant questions about it are getting to him.
Since the second wave of his sexting scandal broke last week, dozens of reporters have questioned him about it every day. So, Weiner's campaign offered one-on-one interviews with him on Friday to answer the questions again.
Weiner's campaign manager quit last weekend. A few days ago, a story broke about his communications director, Barbara Morgan, who had flown into a tirade against a former intern. Morgan called the intern numerous vulgar names, including "slut."
Weiner has complained that the media is strictly focused on his scandal and ignores issues that voters are more concerned about. So Fox 5 asked him how he felt about the teacher's union and what the role of the school's chancellor would be if he were mayor.