People demanding the resignation of Rep. Anthony Weiner hold signs outside his office in Queens. (Michael Nagle/Getty Images)
Jim Sideris, left, a supporter of Rep. Anthony Weiner, argues with Kevin Hiltunen, right, and other people rallying for Weiner’s resignation outside his office in the Queens borough of New York City. (Michael Nagle / Getty Images)
Lisa Weiss, a blackjack dealer from Las Vegas, appears on the television show “Inside Edition,” on which she said she engaged in sexually explicit online conversations with Rep. Anthony Weiner. (Inside Editon via Associated Press)
A photo posted on the website BigGovernment.com, run by conservative activist Andrew Breitbart, purports to show a shirtless Rep. Anthony Weiner. (BigGovernment.com)
Rep. Anthony Weiner holds an emotional news conference in New York City in which he admits engaging in inappropriate online communications with women. The issue came to light over Memorial Day weekend when Weiner mistakenly posted a lewd photo to his Twitter feed.
Rep. Anthony Weiner steps onto an elevator in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. Weiner tried to downplay the picture scandal in the days after it came to light, insisting that his Twitter account was hacked and the matter was a distraction from real issues. (Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)
Rep. Anthony Weiner speaks to the media regarding a lewd photo sent from his Twitter account. Weiner sparred with CNN reporters at the Capitol when they pressed him for a clear answer about the photo.
Rep. Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, an aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, are pictured after a ceremonial swearing-in of the 112th Congress. (Charles Dharapak / Associated Press)