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Quoted: Elizabeth Edwards on "that woman," Rielle Hunter


Elizabeth Edwards, June 30, 2010. (Peter Kramer/NBC via AP)



"This person is so completely unlike me that it's hard to imagine the same person could marry me and be attracted to that -- to that woman, as well."


-- Elizabeth Edwards on her reaction to watching Rielle Hunter's April interview with Oprah Winfrey, in a "Today" appearance set to air Wednesday. She's in a talkative mood: In a new People story, Edwards says her cancer has spread to her legs, spine and skull. Also, that her husband John's conduct "was terrible" -- but "on a personal level, he's paid a lot."




By The Reliable Source  |  June 29, 2010; 4:54 PM ET
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Do Johnny & Rielle think about those holidays in the future when Elizabeth is no longer on this earth and they want to "integrate" (one of Rielle's favorite words) their children for a family meal? How "authentic" (another favorite word) will this be for any of the children? Is it even possible for Cate to have a coherent conversation with the delusional Rielle at the dinner table? Savage indeed. How does Rielle feel about the "authentic integrated" Johnny recently wandering the bars,, wine glass in hand, talking up the women? Ahhhhhhhh. The beds we sleep in, the videos we star in, the children we affect. For us, the gallery, the future holds the inevitable response from Johnny/Rielle. A synonym for resilience is "rolling with the punches." Maybe Johnny will write a book, edited by Rielle, explaining with psychobabble why he's the man he is and the positive effect this has had for everyone. After all, despite everything, he could have been President, Vice President or Attorney General. Stay tuned.

Posted by: Parsley1 | June 29, 2010 8:49 PM | Report abuse

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