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Rielle Hunter: John Edwards And I Are No Longer A Couple

Rielle Hunter

Rielle Hunter says she and former presidential candidate John Edwards are no longer a couple. Hunter told ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday that she and Edwards were still in a relationship until late last week, as details from Hunter's memoir became public. Hunter says the breakup was painful but that Edwards will still be involved with their daughter, Quinn.


Rielle Hunter plans network interviews

Rielle Hunter

John Edwards' legal troubles are over, but the sex scandal that ended his political career will be back in the spotlight soon. His former mistress Rielle Hunter begins a publicity blitz next week for her tell-all book, What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me, with an appearance June 22 on ABC News' 20/20. In an interview with Chris Cuomo, she "speaks candidly about her current relationship" with Edwards, his relationship with their daughter Quinn and what she would have said had she been called as a witness in Edwards' recent corruption trial, the network says in a news release.

Senh: I guess you gotta strike when the iron's hot. I don't know how people are gonna view Rielle Hunter. I'm guessing it won't be good.


Federal prosecutors drop case against John Edwards

Federal prosecutors have filed an order dismissing the remaining criminal charges against John Edwards.


Rielle Hunter writes tell-all book on Edwards

Rielle Hunter

Rielle Hunter has written a tell-all book about her relationship with former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards.

Senh: Good day for the Edwards family. John Edwards wins his campaign funds violation trial and the new wife gets a book deal.


Why politicians lie

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From Richard Nixon -- "I'm not a crook" -- to John Edwards -- "The story is false ... ridiculous," those in power often lie, and voters often let them get away with it.


Edwards found not guilty on one count; mistrial on others

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Former U.S. Senator John Edwards was acquitted on Thursday on one count of taking illegal campaign contributions and the judge declared a mistrial on five other counts because the jury was deadlocked.


As Edwards jury deliberates, how long is too long?

With the jury at the John Edwards trial set to begin deliberations for a seventh day on Tuesday, speculation grows that the 12 people charged with deciding the fate of the former presidential candidate may be deadlocked.


Day 3 for John Edwards jury

The jury in former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards' corruption trial will begin a third day of deliberations Tuesday after asking to take another look at a batch of exhibits from the four-week case.


Edwards, mistress could still be called to testify

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Attorneys for John Edwards indicated Tuesday their case was winding down, but they were not yet saying whether they will call to the witness stand the former presidential candidate or his mistress....


John Edwards and Harry Thomas Jr.: They didn’t think anyone would notice?

As more sordid details emerge in the trial of former U.S. senator John Edwards (D), one question lingers: Why on earth did this man, who had so much going for him, risk everything — including a shot at the presidency of the United States — to have an affair with a woman best described as unpredictable? It’s hard not to wonder, as details are being recounted in a North Carolina courtroom of the frantic efforts to stash Edwards’s pregnant mistress from his dying wife (and the rest of the world) and how Edwards hit up a 101-year-old heiress for more money even as he was being investigated for campaign finance violations (for which he is now on trial).


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