Edwards reimbursing his campaign $800 for haircut

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April 19, 2007 19:21

 
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Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards is trying to get out of a hairy situation, reimbursing his presidential campaign $800 (€589) for two visits with a Beverly Hills stylist. Two $400 (€294) cuts by stylist Joseph Torrenueva, who told The Associated Press that the former North Carolina senator is a longtime client, showed up on Edwards' campaign spending reports filed this weekend. Edwards spokesman Eric Schultz said it never should have been there. "The bill was sent to the campaign. It was inadvertently paid," Schultz said. "John Edwards will be reimbursing the campaign." Edwards is also the subject of a popular YouTube spoof poking fun at his youthful good looks. The video shows the candidate combing his tresses to the dubbed-in tune of "I Feel Pretty."

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