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Enquirer: Cindy McCain Cheating Scandal

Nov. 12 2008, Published 7:14 a.m. ET

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Cindy McCain and mystery man; April 1st, 2006 Cindy McCain was spotted making out with another man, in a new cheating scandal being reported by this week's National Enquirer.

Eyewitnesses told The Enquirer about spotting Cindy and the mystery man together several times, including at the Tempe Music Festival on April 1, 2006. Cindy, 54, appeared faithfully at the side of her husband John, 72, while he ran for president. But The Enquirer's eyewitnesses are saying they saw an entirely different sight and snapped the photos to prove it.

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The Enquirer's print edition features four photos of Cindy with the man. One eyewitness says Cindy was kissing him passionately while they were in a corner in the back of the Budweiser VIP tent at the Tempe Music Festival. "I watched them making out off and on for 15 to 20 minutes," the eyewitness said.

Another eyewitness reported seeing Cindy with the same man at a U2 concert, a Moody Blues concert and a Rolling Stones concert as well as at another event.

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That eyewitness saw them hugging and kissing passionately at the Moody Blues concert and goes on to describe their romantic interactions at other times as well.

A McCain spokesperson had no comment on the article.

The Enquirer was the first to report that then presidential candidate John Edwards was having an extramarital affair with Rielle Hunter, a story that made national headlines after The Enquirer caught Edwards visiting Hunter in a hotel this summer. Edwards later confessed to the affair.



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