Rielle Hunter's Missing Videos of John Edwards
John Edwards admits he had an affair with Rielle Hunter, a videographer who filmed several "Webisodes" for his One America PAC before he officially announced his presidential bid in late 2007.
As Huffington Post reported on Sept. 26, 2007 however, many of the videos were no longer available online.
One day later, the YouTube channel MissingVideos posted some of the "Webisodes" that show Edwards in action during his One America days, stating that "Sometimes things go missing from the Internet. Usually they pop back up."
Here's the first "Webisode" directed by Rielle Hunter, called "Plane Truths." In it Edwards says that the Webisodes, which required filming his every move, "has the potential of changing the way people do this in a very good way."
"Golden Rule" includes some candid moments with his One America staff as they travel to a "Wake Up Wal-Mart" rally in Pittsburgh. Towards the end, Edwards pokes fun at Hunter for a fall she took while filming him. "Graceful cameragirl," he calls her.
The former presidential candidate and senator met Hunter at a New York City bar in 2006 and news reports say she earned $114,000 for her video productions.
-- Ed O'Keefe, with reporting by The Post's Lucy Shackleford and Lois Romano
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