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Watch John Edwards' ABC Interview Discussing Affair With Rielle Hunter

Watch John Edwards' ABC Interview Discussing Affair With Rielle Hunter

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Watch John Edwards' ABC Interview Discussing Affair With Rielle Hunter John Edwards appeared on ABC's Nightline Friday to discuss the revelations about his affair with Rielle Hunter. During the interview Edwards spoke about how the relationship began, what drove him to adultery, its effect on his political future, and whether or not he was the father of Hunter's child.

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kitandkaboodle kitandkaboodle 7 years
You can't be in love with the finest woman in the world and betray her by having an affair. He can make all the excuses he wants, he's despicable.
kitandkaboodle kitandkaboodle 7 years
You can't be in love with the finest woman in the world and betray her by having an affair. He can make all the excuses he wants, he's despicable.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Truthfully, I think this is a private matter, and I couldn't care less what goes on in his bedroom. Besides, his wife forgave him. That's the only person who has the right to know about this, and who should care. I am not involved in his personal life, so it's none of my business.I agree -- I'm only concerned about him professionally, not personally. He is NOT my moral compass. I already have a moral compass within myself. I don't need Edwards, or anybody else for that matter, when it comes to my moral conduct and values.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Truthfully, I think this is a private matter, and I couldn't care less what goes on in his bedroom. Besides, his wife forgave him. That's the only person who has the right to know about this, and who should care. I am not involved in his personal life, so it's none of my business. I agree -- I'm only concerned about him professionally, not personally. He is NOT my moral compass. I already have a moral compass within myself. I don't need Edwards, or anybody else for that matter, when it comes to my moral conduct and values.
janneth janneth 7 years
It is refreshing that he did not parade his wife out with him when he made his apology.
janneth janneth 7 years
It is so amazing, to have a political figure talking about such intimate details on tv.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
He said something like I'd hoped this would never get out. No kidding, it's why it's call extra-marital affair. Am I shocked - not one itty bitty bit.
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 7 years
This is breaking my niece's heart. Edwards was "her choice" for POTUS and she already felt cheated out of making her vote count when Obama and Clinton became the Front Runners.Politicians are not immune to infidelity. But they better think twice about it before putting their names on the ballot. Some people can get away with it . . . I won't name names, you can google for them. THEY need to be held accountable too.
Auntie-Coosa Auntie-Coosa 7 years
This is breaking my niece's heart. Edwards was "her choice" for POTUS and she already felt cheated out of making her vote count when Obama and Clinton became the Front Runners. Politicians are not immune to infidelity. But they better think twice about it before putting their names on the ballot. Some people can get away with it . . . I won't name names, you can google for them. THEY need to be held accountable too.
True-Song True-Song 7 years
> However, when these people (politicians especially) ask us to trust them to make decisions/laws for us, I think we do have a certain right to judge how they live their lives. I disagree. As long as someone is good at their job, be it governing my country or making my sandwich, I do not care if they spend their free time playing World of Warcraft or boinking the nanny. I am trying my best to stay away from this story because I know it will be shoved down our throats.
Bebeshopper Bebeshopper 7 years
This is so sad for so many reasons. On one hand, I don't want to judge anyone (even politicians) because none of us are perfect. We all make mistakes, and I dare say, we all have regrets. However, when these people (politicians especially) ask us to trust them to make decisions/laws for us, I think we do have a certain right to judge how they live their lives. I am so jaded now by our leaders (both parties), that it is depressing. This world needs people with moral convictions to lead by example, not just by pretty speeches. Why can't people just own up to their mistakes right away, instead of continually lying about them as if they can change the facts if they tell enough lies?
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