CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2012
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(Washington: Suzanne Kelly) The Petraeus-Broadwell affair examined; details given about their explicit e-mails, her threatening e-mails to Petraeus family friend Jill Kelley, the FBI investigation, the notification of James Clapper, intelligence director, the resignation. A "Wall Street Journal" report on an investigator's e-mails to Kelley, Broadwell's championing of Petraeus to CNN, her claims that the CIA held prisoners in Benghazi and how she got the information discussed.
(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend and former FBI assistant director Tom Fuentes about the Petraeus scandal. [TOWNSEND - says this is a real problems for the CIA, how we don't know aspects of the story, including Kelley's ties to the FBI, what led to an FBI investigation of an harassment case: what was the predicate; speculates on why Petraeus resigned.] [FUENTES - speculates on why the FBI looked into harassing/threatening e-mails and got to the e-mail records from Petraeus.]
(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Peter King about the Petraeus affair. [KING - says it is unprecedented for the FBI to investigate the CIA director; speculates on who knew about it and when and when the president knew about the investigation of Petraeus and what it meant for the Benghazi matter.]
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