U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner speaks to the media in New York
Weiner insists he's not resigning. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

After spending Wednesday holed up in his Forest Hills apartment, Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-Brooklyn/Queens) said he's planning to get back to work.

In an exclusive interview with New York Post reporters Kevin Fasick and Clemente Lisi, Anthony Weiner echoed the same rhetoric from his speech to the media Monday.

I betrayed a lot of people and I know it and I'm trying to get back to work now and try to make amends to my constituents, and of course to my family of course, I'm going to go back to my community office and try to get some work done, Weiner told the New York Post outside his lawyers office in Rockefeller Center.

Weiner's comments come day after sources confirmed that he and his wife top State Department aide Huma Abedin, are expecting their first child. The embattled congressman declined to discuss that with the reporters.

In the wake of the scandal many of Weiner's congressional colleauges have called for his resignation following revelations he sent lewd photos and engaged in salacious conversations with at least six women over the past three years.

Weiner told the Post his wife is holding up well and she's back to work.

Abedin landed in Abu Dhabi with Hillary Clinton, Thursday as part of a diplomatic visit.