Terry McAuliffe Flip-Flops On Abandoning Wife & Kids For Political Fundraisers

In 2001, McAuliffe Claimed “I Would Rather Not Leave My Family,” When Talking About Campaign Finance Reform. MCAULIFFE: “At the end of the day Tim, I would rather not have to leave my family and travel around the country to ask people for money. There are a lot of other things I would like to be doing with my time. There’s too much money in the system. Let’s get rid of it. I’m all for it, I support it, let’s pass it, and let’s move on.” (NBC’s “Meet The Press,” 2/4/01)

In His 2007 Book, What A Party!, McAuliffe Talked About Leaving His Wife In The Delivery Room To Attend A Washington Post Party.