WE NEED NEW PICTURES, COME ON! John, Rielle "Does the Washington Post have any political reporters investigating the legitimacy of the Enquirer's stories about John Edwards?" the paper's national political reporter Jonathan Weisman was asked during an online chat on Friday. "Yes, and to be quite honest, we're waiting to see the pictures the Enquirer says it will publish this weekend," came his answer. Unfortunately, it's looking like Weisman and the rest of the mainstream media who still haven't touched the scandal will have to wait a little longer: the Enquirer's editor, David Perel tells RadarOnline.com that while he is "definitely" in possession of photos from Edwards' bizarre early-morning tete-a-tete with Enquirer reporters at the Beverly Hilton last week, he won't be putting them in tabloid's next issue, or making them accessible online.
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