The National Enquirer has released more details that prove John Edwards was lying to viewers on his Nightline appearance last week on ABC.
Including this interesting point, "Edwards claimed he ended the affair in 2006, but sources say he restarted the illicit romance after confessing to his wife. Rielle soon became pregnant after the affair was rekindled, say sources."
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But wait! There's more:
Edwards' headline-making admission confirmed The ENQUIRER's blockbuster world exclusive reports detailing his affair, in articles Edwards brazenly called "completely untrue" and "tabloid trash" while running for president and afterward.
And now The ENQUIRER has uncovered that Edwards' political operatives are still paying his mistress Rielle Hunter - and she was whisked away on a private jet two days before he confessed their extramarital affair on national TV!
The ENQUIRER has also confirmed that Edwards secretly visited Rielle and their love child three separate times at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles this year - a fact that proves he is still lying to America and his wife.
ENQUIRER reporters caught Edwards, 55, making a late-night visit to 44-year-old Rielle and their daughter at the hotel on July 21 - which prompted us to release the first-ever photograph of him with his love child last week.
Other details released by the Enquirer include the following hard-for-Edwards-to-parse items:
* After Edwards confessed the affair to his wife, he restarted it, and was sexually involved with Rielle when she became .
* Despite his denials, Edwards WAS aware that his former finance committee chairman, Fred Baron, was funneling money to Rielle.
Experts are now calling for a federal investigation into Edwards' use of campaign funds.
* Edwards told ABC the affair was limited to 2006, before he confessed "the mistake" to wife Elizabeth, 59, who is battling a recurrence of .
* The ongoing ENQUIRER investigation has also confirmed that he has been with Rielle and the baby three times this year in California.
In denying he fathered Rielle's baby, Edwards told ABC that he would "be happy" to take a paternity test to prove he's telling the truth. (He has refused numerous previous requests by The ENQUIRER to take a paternity test.)
As we stated last week, there's more baby shoes to drop in the Enquirer's shoebox.