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CIA / Petraeus Resignation / Broadwell / Boylan Interview #1033833

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) A "Wall Street Journal" report that the FBI investigator who started the investigation that led to the resignation of CIA director Gen.David Petraeus for having an affair with Paula Broadwell was barred from the case noted. Live interview held with retired Army Gen. Steven Boylan about Petraeus. [BOYLAN†- recounts what Petraeus said about his affair with Broadwell and the damage it did to his family and the CIA directorship; comments on the Petraeus relationship with Jill Kelley and her husband; speculates on why Petraeus resigned when he did; states the resignation is not related to events in Benghazi.]
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