Washington Week

June 10, 2011

06/10/2011 | 22m 16s

As his top staff resigns, Newt Gingrich's presidential ambitions seem to falter while Democrats distance themselves from Rep. Anthony Weiner after he confessed to sexually explicit online activity. Also, a report on the future of Afghanistan as U.S. troops get set to withdraw. Joining Gwen: James Kitfield, National Journal; John Dickerson, Slate/CBS News; and Karen Tumulty, Washington Post.

Aired: 06/10/11

Rating: NR

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