Jenny Sanford — the former South Carolina First Lady who wrote an autobiography about that time her ex-husband/former Governor Mark mysteriously disappeared to "hike the Appalachian trail," which turned out to be a euphemism for frolicking about with his Argentine lover, who is now his fiance — might fill Jim…
From the Appalachian Trail to the... Crappalachian Trail. Disgraced former South Carolina governor and notorious family values-touting philanderer Mark Sanford will soon be reappearing in the public eye again after resigning from office in 2009. This time around, he'll be joining Fox News, cable TV's shoutiest network.
Jenny Sanford remains something of a cipher: self-revelatory yet controlled, gracious yet steely, emphasizing her traditional values. And today, several among a room full of career women, one of which was me, wanted to know if she's a feminist.
When it comes to the Most Pressing Question Of Valentine's Day 2010, even the View isn't sure!
On last night's 20/20, Jenny Sanford sat down with Barbara Walters to discuss her husband's affair and the subsequent toll the extremely public fallout took on their marriage and their children. Clip after the jump.
In what the Edwards family can only regard as divine intervention, Fascinating Person Jenny Sanford's new PR blitz sticks Mark squarely back in the dog-house:
Is Jenny Sanford - the one-time financial whiz who's turned humiliation into a book, a patent and a Baba-nod - a new paradigm for political spouses, or simply a woman doing what "lots of women" do? Both sides:
GMA is concerned about how Jenny Sanford is "coping." Robin Givhan says, just look at the clothes: she's fine! But when we see Ruth Madoff's roots? That analysis is accompanied by Schadenfreude.
The proper way for a politician to confess to cheating is to wait until caught, give a brief statement and for him and his wife to shut up. Today, Mark Sanford proved yet again he isn't reading off that script.