Good grief

Senator John Ensign has acknowledged that his family made nearly $100,000 in payments to family members of his former mistress after her husband, a longtime aide and personal friend, discovered the relationship. The payments were made by Ensign’s wealthy parents. They are being spun by Sen. Ensign’s attorney as having been made “out of concern for the well-being of long-time family friends during a difficult time” and as “consistent with a pattern of generosity by the Ensign family to the Hamptons and others.”

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