Report: Democrat Senate Hopeful Cal Cunningham’s Second Mistress Named

FILE - In this Oct. 1, 2020, file photo, Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham talks during during a televised debate with Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., in Raleigh, N.C. Cunningham inched back into the public sphere on Wednesday, Oct. 7, a day after The Associated Press reported the he had an intimate …
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The National File reported on Saturday that Anne Gregory Teicher had been identified as North Carolina Democrat Senate candidate Cal Cunningham’s second mistress.

The National File’s Patrick Howley confirmed Teicher personally revealed to multiple sources that she had an affair with Cunningham.

Teicher worked for John Edwards for President and on the Barack Obama presidential campaign in 2008. The National File also reported that it had acquired social media posts and information supporting the allegations Cunningham and Teicher were familiar with each other.

Teicher once professed an “anti-snitch” mentality in Democrat politics regarding sexual harassment.

There’s an anti-snitch sorta thing — you don’t air your dirty laundry. It gives the other side power,” she said.

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC), who Cunningham hopes to oust in November, told Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle that he did not have time to read the National File report; however, he said, “You know, he’s [Cuninngham] not fit to serve in the U.S. Senate. Can you imagine someone who’s under investigation by the Army sitting on Senate Armed Services? It makes no sense.”

The National File article follows a Breitbart News report that Arlene Guzman Todd, Cunningham’s confirmed mistress, donated $1,135.20 to his campaign.
Tillis’s campaign noted that this raises serious ethical questions regarding Cunningham’s confirmed affair, including:
  • Were any of Guzman Todd’s contributions to Cunningham’s campaign a reimbursement for costs associated with their extramarital affair?
  • Did either of his mistress’ contributions take place while Cunningham and Guzman Todd were engaging in extramarital conduct in Cunningham’s Raleigh home?
  • Was the $250 from Cunningham’s mistress a physical check? If so, was the check physically given to Cunningham in Raleigh?
  • Was Cunningham’s campaign aware of the nature of their (extramarital) relationship?
Cunningham’s affair has upended the pivotal Senate race; the North Carolina Senate race serves as one of the crucial contests Republicans need to win to keep the Senate majority.

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.


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