WASHINGTON (November 12, 2012)—The affair between former CIA director David Petraeus and his biographer Paula Broadwell will be the subject of meetings this week involving congressional intelligence committee leaders and top officials from the FBI and the CIA.
There’s also still a chance that Petraeus will have to testify at a later date about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya in September that left four Americans dead.
He was scheduled to testify about that attack this week, before giving up his CIA job, as his affair became known.
A friend said Petraeus is "devastated" over the harm he's caused to his family, while losing "one of the best jobs he ever had."
Steven Boylan, a former Petraeus spokesman who talked to him over the weekend, also told ABC this morning that the former CIA director's wife, Holly is "not exactly pleased right now" after her husband admitted having an extra-marital affair. Boylan says Petraeus ended the affair four months ago.