Yesterday the Daily News reported that half of the "regular New Yorkers" in Anthony Weiner's latest ad are former interns, and now the Post is trying to top that with the revelation that Weiner's campaign hired entire crowds of "supporters," who have no personal or professional allegiance to Señor Danger. A source tells the paper that just after Weinergate 2.0 broke, the campaign went to the California firm Crowds on Demand, which hired actors to appear at events like the Dominican Day Parade at a rate of $15 per hour.
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