Or pretty much anyone.
Representative Michael Grimm stopped by a sweet-16 party.
They've been "vilifying" him, for some reason.
The embattled congressman seems to have been quite attached to his FBI alter ego.
The indicted Staten Island congressman worked at the agency for years.
The indicted Staten Island Republican met with his boss yesterday.
He's been charged with all kinds of fraud, perjury, and obstruction.
The congressman best known for his scandals and threatening to "break" a reporter is facing federal fraud charges.
Remember "break you in half"?
The Staten Island way prevails.
"To be fair, 'I will throw you off this f*cking balcony' is a relatively standard and traditional Staten Island good-bye."
And not-so-subtle insults.
The Staten Island congressman met the nation in a most uncomfortable way last night.
And it's all on camera.
He was there, but "nothing inappropriate happened."
What were they doing in there?
Says a contractor put that part in.
Another twist in another wacky Staten Island story.
A spokeswoman for the Staten Island Republican said they believe it was "politically motivated."
Before the Twitpic that brought his own career crashing down.