) Mark asked Jenny for advice on what to say in that press conference — and she gave him sincere advice, instead of telling him to go stab himself in the eye.Jenny Sanford is clearly quite politically savvy, and it shouldn't be much of a surprise that her ex-husband is still asking her for help."There's absolutely no way he would have ever won the congressional seat or been governor without her," Mark's former press secretary Will Forks told When friends have asked Jenny why, after her divorce, she didn’t begin using her maiden name, Sullivan, she’s told them that she wants to redeem the Sanford name for her sons; many suspect she intends to do this through holding elected office.
Mark Sanford's career, and it turns out he wanted his ex-wife to manage his comeback. Except, it's now time to dispose of the sad little An affair destroyed former South Carolina Gov.
Mark Sanford's career, and he wanted his ex-wife Jenny to manage his comeback. Except, Jenny Sanford is not quite the picture of a helpless victim blindsided by her now ex-husband's jerkery at every turn.
Sanford later admitted the affair in a lengthy, rambling and tearful press conference. Chapur was his soul mate and soon after, announced their plans to marry. Sanford said in a 2,400-word Facebook post: “No relationship can stand forever this tension of being forced to pick between the one you love and your own son or daughter, and for this reason Belen and I have decided to call off the engagement,” Politico reported.“Belen is a remarkably wonderful woman who I have always loved, and I will be forever grateful for not only the many years we have known and loved each other, but the last six very tough ones wherein she has encouraged me and silently borne its tribulations with her ever warm and kind spirit,” he wrote, Politico reported.
previously he held the same post from 1995 to 2001.
She probably saw this coming — her memoir, Staying True, is about what a weirdo her ex-husband is — and it's now time to dispose of the sad little trope.