Official: Petraeus’s Last Days Strained

    WASHINGTON - JUNE 15:  Commander of the United States Central Command Army Gen. David Petraeus (2nd L) is escorted away after he collapseed while testifying during a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee June 15, 2010 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The committee held a hearing to receive testimony on the situation in Afghanistan.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** David Petraeus�

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    General David Petraeus wasn’t doing so hot during his last days. The CIA was embroiled in scandal over its role in Benghazi, and criticism was coming from all sides at the general, a senior official told The Wall Street Journal. Apparently,  Petraeus wanted aides to publish a timeline of the events in Libya, even after the Pentagon objected. His Army background also didn’t mesh with the relaxed attitude at the CIA, according to agency officers, who said Petraeus was surprised when disagreed with, and was controlling.

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