No evidence of breach in US security due to Petraeus scandal: Obama
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday completly vanished report of security breach due to Petraeus’ extramarital scandal, saying that no evidence has found that being threatened the national security.
“I have no evidence at this point from what I’ve seen that classified information was disclosed that in any way would have had a negative impact on our national security,” Obama told reporters over scandal that hit out former CIA Director Gen David Petraeus.
Along with Petraeus, America’s top military commander Gen John Allen in Afghanistan who also got embroiled in the controversy.
During an FBI probe accusing Petraeus to have an extra marital affair with his biographer Paula Braodwell, the former four star general has decided to resign last week. As per reports, Broadwell alleged for sending harassing emails to Jill Kelley whom she viewed as a rival for the CIA general’s affection, while Kelley also communicated inappropriate flirtatious messages with Allen.
Meanwhile, Petraeus scandal led to an investigation of Allen has expected to mark Obama’s upcoming second term of Presidency and his promsie to Americans of stronge and well structured economy and foreign policies.
While talking about impact of Petraeus extramarital affairs over his career as well as nationa secuirty, Obama said as per source, “Obviously, there’s an ongoing investigation. I don’t want to comment on the specifics of the investigation.”
“I want to emphasise that from my perspective, at least, he has provided this country an extraordinary service. We are safer because of the work that Dave Petraeus has done. And my main hope right now is that he and his family are able to move on and that this ends up being a single side-note on what has otherwise been an extraordinary career,” he added.