Petraeus Resignation Will Help the Country, the CIA, and the Army
Despite the claims of many people, the resignation of David Petraeus as director of the CIA will benefit the country, the Army, and his family.
It is hard to believe that Petraeus could be an effective leader of the nation’s premier intelligence agency once his extramarital affair had become public. Can you imagine him testifying before the Congress on the Benghazi affair this Thursday, when the focus would not only be on his own affair but on the exact timing of events and the E-mails he and Paula Broadwell exchanged?
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This article was originally published in U.S. News & World Report.
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