"In light of Anthony Weiner’s offensive behavior online, he should resign," she said.
Once again on Wednesday, there was no one stepping forward on the Democratic side to say that Weiner should be given another chance, that he should stay on in the Congress.
And in the halls of the Congress, there was the feeling that Democratic leaders want Weiner gone before Monday, when the House is slated to come back into session.
It may not seem like much to some of you, but if Weiner is still hanging around on Monday when lawmakers return after a week break, the first round of votes on Monday evening will be a media zoo.
Not only will my colleagues be chasing Weiner all over Capitol Hill, but every single Democratic member of the U.S. House will be fair game for one basic question:
"Do you think Anthony Weiner should resign?"
We'll see if the 'drip, drip, drip' picks up at all today for Democrats.
Many of them hope that Anthony Weiner is listening.