Skip to comments.Edwards' daughter leaves courtroom in tears over testimony on Elizabeth Edwards
Posted on 05/03/2012 5:53:56 AM PDT by Zakeet
John Edwards' daughter left the courtroom in tears Wednesday as a former aide testified about an argument Edwards had with his now-deceased wife, Elizabeth, on the day a tabloid published a story on his affair.
Edwards turned to his daughter, Cate, as witness Christina Reynolds was beginning the account of the argument at the Raleigh airport. As Edwards asked if his daughter wanted to leave, Cate walked out of the room wiping her tears. She later returned to court after a recess.
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Wow. Nasty b!tch to the end...
Sounds like they both deserved each other.
Cavuto mentioned a poll where 3% had a favorable opinion of J. Edwards. And he said he was amazed at the results and wondered who the 3% are and why anybody would have a favorable view of him.
Are you familiar with this word:
You’ve grown into being a wonderful man, husband and father...one I am proud to know.
“now even though i think GenX and Y white men cheat much less ...when they do there is no discretion as much...it’s clumsy like tabloid TMZ stuff
hard to explain but things are far different now”
It was much easier to cheat before this ever advancing technology. lol
“I would actually meet folks who would tell me my dad was one of the few men they knew who did not...course he had married Miss Mississippi....men cheat on pretty women too though and often with less pretty lovers”
Your dad was a good man, and a good role model. His parents dun brung him up right...and so did yours.
“maybe I am just insulated out here in past suburban Nashville ...”
Maybe you are, simply speaking, a happy man.
Ann was set up by Crissy after she made the comment at CPAC about Edwards. I was sitting 10 feet in front of her at CPAC when she made the comment. I turned to the guy next to me and said “just wait until the Press distorts this”.
One of them was my sis, the social worker, who was mightily impressed with the "Two Americas" pitch. Edwards, she claimed, "really understands the problem."
In response to a recent question about how she rated Edwards now, though, she didn't seem to recognize the name...
She wanted to be in the WH more than he did!!!
Damage- that was an excellent although rarely mentioned movie.
And as it turned out it described events that occurred at Hillsdale College a few years later.
Way to go Cowgirl...well said.