EDWARDS: I'm aware of that.
WOODRUFF: Do you think that's true?
EDWARDS: I don't know.
WOODRUFF: So when you see this now and you see the reporting about it and you see the information about it, are you going to try to look into this? That this is somebody doing this to cover up what happened with your affair?
EDWARDS: If you're talking about Fred Baron, I do know Fred Baron. I also know that Fred Baron knows both of these people who are involved and has worked with them for years. So he has the relationship with them independent of me. So what he chose to do or not do, I can't explain, he'll have to explain. I don't know what he did or why he did it. And what his reasons for, were, for doing it. Is it possible that he wanted to help them because they were in a difficult time? Of course. Is it possible that he was worried that in fact something had happened with me, and he wanted to help? Of course that's possible. I think all these things are possible.
WOODRUFF: Do you think it's possible he was trying to protect you?
EDWARDS: Do I think it was possible he was trying to help me?
EDWARDS: Yeah, of course I think it's possible.
WOODRUFF: Do you think your political career is completely over?
EDWARDS: I'm not sure I had a political career for the future anyway. I'm not sure that politics was what I wanted to spend my life doing.
WOODRUFF: Will your marriage survive?
EDWARDS: Oh yeah. Oh yeah. I think our marriage will not only survive but be strong.
WOODRUFF: When you hired Ms. Hunter, that was back in 2006, the committee hired in July 2006, paid her $114,000 to make films for you. She did have a lot of experience. Uh was the affair going on when you hired her?
EDWARDS: No. No. And again, I always said this to you, I don't think I'm going to go through the details of this, I already did it with Elizabeth-- uh, she was hired to come in and produce films and that's the reason she was hired.
WOODRUFF: But this had nothing to do with the fact that you were having an affair with her?
EDWARDS: Same answer. Same answer -- no I did not.
WOODRUFF: So you hired her before it even started?
EDWARDS: That is correct.
WOODRUFF: In terms of the Beverly Hilton, did Elizabeth, your wife, know you were visiting the Beverly Hilton?
WOODRUFF: That was a secret?
EDWARDS: You mean did I tell her before I went?
EDWARDS: I did not.
WOODRUFF: Did she find out after the recourse?
EDWARDS: She found out the next morning; I called her and told her. ***
WOODRUFF: And in terms of this baby -- does Elizabeth think this is possibly your baby?
EDWARDS: No, of course not.
WOODRUFF: Is it only possible to prove it though with a DNA test?
EDWARDS: I'm not a scientist -- I don't know what the various methods of proving it are but that's certainly one way to prove it. I mean I know right now it's not possible and she does too.
WOODRUFF: When you do do that test or if you do that test, would you tell us the result of it?
EDWARDS: Sure, of course.
WOODRUFF: Did you want to control [Ms. Hunter] to some degree? In the sense that you didn't want her to reveal this relationship?
EDWARDS: I wanted her not to tell the public what had happened. Very simple. That's the reason I went.