David Bonior is not happy with John Edwards.
According to the Associated Press, Edwards' 2008 presidential campaign manager is disappointed and angry over revelations of an extramarital affair.
"Thousands of friends of the senators and his supporters have put their faith and confidence in him and he’s let him down," said Bonior, a former congressman from Michigan. "They've been betrayed by his action."
Asked whether the affair would damage Edwards' career, he said yes.
"You can't lie in politics and expect to have people's confidence," he said.
A full statement from Bonior after the jump.
"I am disappointed and angry. Thousands of friends and supporters of Senator Edwards put their faith and confidence in him and he has let them down. Young supporters who put their time and energy into his campaign with a newfound energy and idealism for politics have been betrayed by his actions. But the issues we cared about and fought for — poverty, worker justice, clean environment and healthcare for all – are issues worth continuing to fight for."