Political Headlines November 16, 2012: Ex-CIA Chief David Petraeus Testifies About Benghazi Investigation Behind Closed Doors Before the House and Senate Intelligence Committees

POLITICAL HEADLINES

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Ex-CIA Chief Testifies About Benghazi Investigation Behind Closed Doors

Source: ABC News Radio, 11-16-12

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Disgraced former CIA director Petraeus spent almost four hours in closed-door hearings before the House and Senate intelligence committees Friday morning to testify about what he learned first-hand about the Sept. 11 attack in the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.

Democratic senators who emerged from the hearing said Petraeus’ testimony supported U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice.

Rice, who could be nominated for Secretary of State by President Obama, has been accused by Republicans of trying to mislead the country by saying the attack was a spontaneous eruption rather than a failure to defend against a terrorist attack.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said Rice was speaking from talking points prepared by the CIA and approved by the intelligence committee….READ MORE

Political Headlines November 16, 2012: Ex-CIA Chief David Petraeus Testifies for 90 Minutes Before House Panel on Benghazi, Libya Attacks

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Petraeus Testifies for 90 Minutes Before House Panel

Source: ABC News Radio, 11-19-12

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Former CIA director David Petraeus slipped into a closed door hearing before the House Intelligence Committee Friday morning to testify about what he learned first-hand about the Sept. 11 attack in the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Petraeus, who traveled to Libya and carried out his own investigation after the Benghazi attack, spoke and was questioned by the committee for about 90 minutes, committee chairman Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said after the hearing….READ MORE

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