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Robin Abcarian: Duncan Hunter, your wife admitted conspiring with you to steal campaign funds. You don't belong in Congress

This understanding allowed the Hunters to spend Campaign funds on certain personal matters they wished to conceal from the other. For example, Defendant hid from Hunter certain purchases she made with campaign funds for items like children's school lunches. At the same time, Hunter concealed from Defendant his use of campaign funds to facilitate certain personal relationships with others. - From defendant Margaret Hunter's June 12 federal plea agreement.


You get the implication, right?

She hid from her husband what she was spending on the kids' noontime meals.

And he allegedly hid from her what he was spending on, ah, nooners.

It's not possible to get inside someone else's marriage, but at this

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