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John Edwards and Reille Hunter Split Up: Why You Don’t Want to Read The Book

posted by Linda Mintle

John Edward’s girlfriend announced today on an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulis (Good Morning America) that she and Edwards split, they are no longer a couple.

Interestingly, this announcement comes on the heels of her new book release. When George tried to pry some understanding of what happened, she repeatedly said, “You’ll have to read the book.” At one point, she did say that she had to write it to tell the truth, that Edwards is not a demon, that she is not a home wrecker and Elizabeth was not a saint. Why is this the case? We have to read the book. Apparently we don’t understand that having an affair with a married man while his wife is battling cancer, can create problems and may even be wrong.  We have to read the book.

But Hunter was adamant in her justification for loving Edwards, even though we have to read the book to understand it.

She also stated that the love is still flowing, but they are breaking up? Why? She wouldn’t say, if we read the book, maybe we can guess.

Stephanopoulis gave it the college try and tried to get something out of his interview with Hunter, Again, why did the couple break up? “It’s private,” she replied, and she wasn’t going to talk about it. So I am guessing we need to read the book, but we still won’t know, although she is tired of hiding and wants to tell the truth. Apparently all the truthful answers were absent in the interview–because you have to read the book.

Call me slow, but I am sensing a theme here!

After watching this interview, I for one, am not going to read the book!



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