Was GQ the best medium for Rielle Hunter to tell her story?
For more than two years after Rielle Hunter emerged at the center of the John Edwards love-child scandal, the former campaign videographer kept quiet -- while Edwards denied fathering her daughter (before finally acknowledging it); while Elizabeth Edwards wrote a book describing her as an aggressive homewrecker; while campaign aide Andrew Young wrote one describing her as a loony, needy loose cannon.
Now, though, she's talking, in an extensive new GQ interview obtained by The Washington Post. It's a doozy. Read the full article.
March 15, 2010; 11:50 AM ET
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