Two aides walk into a bar...\n\nHuma Abedin, aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, met with Melissa DeRosa, former top aide of Governor Andrew Cuomo, at Gramercy Tavern in New York City.\n\nThe dinner together came after Abedin released a scathing memoir detailing her ex-husband Anthony Weiner's infamous sexting scandal that led to their divorce.Abedin was reportedly seen having dinner with DeRosa in NYC on Wednesday. An observer revealed, “They were at Gramercy Tavern looking chummy for about an hour in the late afternoon, early evening."\n\nThere is no word from anyone at the scene to confirm what the two discussed during their dinner.Abedin's recent memoir Both/And: A Life in Many Words released soon after her ex-husband launched his new podcast/radio show The Left vs The Right. The new book gives the former Clinton aide her perspective of how the shammed politician torpedoed their marriage and how his scandal inadvertently aided to Clinton losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.\n\nAnthony Weiner's Ex-Wife Huma Abedin Recalls Gut-Wrenching Moment Disgraced Politician Came Clean About Penis Twit PicAbedin was seen last October alongside the head of Vogue, Anna Wintour, at the God's Love We Deliver's Golden Heart Awards soon after the memoir was published. Vogue would go on to post an explosive excerpt from the book focusing on how Weiner came clean to his then-wide about the infamous sex pic that led to their divorce.\n\nAnthony Weiner & Huma Abedin All But Finalize Divorce, Ex Congressman Says He'll Never Run For Office Again On His New Radio ShowDeRosa resigned as Cuomo’s top aide in 2021 when the at-the-time New York governor was facing a potential impeachment. According to a report from the state attorney general,11 women have come forward claiming to have been sexually harassed by Cuomo.\n\nThe former Governor tried defending his actions by blaming his Italian upbringing for being handsy with those close to him.\n\nThe Upstate District Attorney's office later dropped the criminal investigation against Cuomo in late January.Both former aides have their history in scandal - just none of their own making.