Dianne Feinstein, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman, doesn't think there's a link between David Petraeus' resignation timing and the upcoming investigation into the events in Benghazi. On Fox News Sunday, Feinstein did say Petraeus might be called in to testify at an upcoming hearing. "The events in Benghazi and his resignation? Absolutely not," Feinstein said. "I think if you really think this thing out, anyone will come to that conclusion." Whether or not Petraeus has to testify will be a "committee decision," Feinstein said. Petraeus was scheduled to testify later this week until he abrupt resignation on Friday for having an affair. She also disclosed that she didn't know about the affair until she received press inquires about it on Friday. "For me, it's a heart break," she said. "We received no advanced notice. It was like a lightning bolt."
New York Rep. Peter King is at least loosely following this whole David Patraeus business, and he told State of the Union's Candy Crowley that he wants more answers. "How the FBI could've been investigating this this long... The FBI director had the obligation to tell the president or the National Security Council at the earliest date. So it seems this has been going on for several months, and yet now it appears that they're saying the FBI did not realize until election day that General Petraeus was involved, it just doesn't add up," he said. The Justice Department's investigation had been ongoing for a few months, but director of national intelligence James Clapper wasn't informed until election night. "I have real questions about this. I think the timeline has to be looked at," King said. "I'm suggesting there's a lot of unanswered questions." King is the House Homeland Security Committee chairman and he called for Petraeus to testify before congress this week.