Margaret Hunter, husband of US Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., Will amend his non-guilty plea in a federal case alleging the pair spent campaign funds on vacations and other personal expenses.
The San Diego Union-Tribune said Hunter, 44, has agreed to enter a criminal case and is scheduled to leave the federal court on Thursday.
Fox News congressman said, "We'll see what he says tomorrow."
The advertisement was posted to a US District Court docket late Wednesday morning. "Notice of hearing by defendant Margaret E. Hunter," the docket entry is stated. "Revision of the Plea hearing for 6/13/2019."
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Duncan Hunter, a veteran of the Iraq War and one of the earliest supporters of President Trump, and his wife was accused of spending $ 250,000 for golf outings, trips to Italy and Hawaii, school teaching, theaters tickets and other expenses between 2009 and 2016.  Both have been indicted by 60 criminal counts related to the misuse of campaign funds and trying to hide illegal spending.
"We know Mrs. Hunter is scheduling a hearing to change her petition," Gregory Vega, a lawyer representing the congressman, told Fox News in an email. "At this time, there is nothing to change about Congress Hunter. There are still significant moves to be litigated, specifically the narrative or debate clause of the United States Constitution."
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The Hunter, representing San Diego and Riverside County areas, won a re-election last year despite being charged with corruption charges. He swore not guilty last year and is scheduled to go to trial in September.
Hunter denied any offense and said that charges against him and his wife were politically motivated.
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"That's the way the campaign and the effort to raise money is on travel, having dinners, meeting people and increasing more money, "Fox News's congressman Martha MacCallum told" The Story, "last year. People like that person hear me and hear what I say, and they donate money. "
Hunter said her husband was managing her finances, and the couple paid for the $ 60,000 campaign.
Fox News Chad Pergram contributed to this report.