(San Diego, CA) — Former San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter and his wife are now officially divorced. Three years after Hunter resigned from Congress in the wake of an investigation that charged the family with using more than 200-thousand dollars in campaign money for personal expenses, the two have agreed to a divorce settlement. The Times of San Diego says the settlement avoids a divorce trial for Duncan Hunter and his now ex-wife Margaret, who also served as his campaign manager during the period under investigation. Hunter at one point blamed his wife for the campaign finance mistakes, and she charged him with having five different affairs. Both were pardoned for the campaign finance crimes by former President Trump in December of 2020.