Anthony Weiner says he's not concerned about what the Clintons think about his run for mayor.
Speaking at a mayoral forum in the Bronx Monday night, Weiner said he would not heed the advice of Hillary and Bill Clinton if they asked him to drop out.
"I am not terribly interested in in what people who are not voters in the city of New York have to say," he said. "I am focused like a laser beam on their interest. I'm focused like a laser beam on what they care about."
The Clintons have not publicly asked Weiner to bow out of the race. Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, is an aide to Hillary Clinton.
The former Congressman's remarks came after a new poll showed Weiner dropped to fourth place among Democrats.
Sarah Gonzalez contributed reporting