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November 14th, 2012
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FBI criticized for handling of Petraeus affair

The FBI investigated the Petraeus affair – beginning with fears the CIA director's email had been hacked at the beginning of the summer. Yet lawmakers and the president weren't told for 6 months until after the election.

Now, under growing pressure and criticism the FBI will be questioned on its handling of the Petraeus scandal on Wednesday.

Erin Burnett talks to two men who know the FBI inside and out.

OutFront tonight: John Miller, a former Assistant Director of the FBI and Senior Correspondent for CBS News and Ron Kessler, chief Washington correspondent of "NewsMax.com" and author of "The Secrets of the FBI."


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