We probably haven't heard the last of David Petraeus. Since resigning as CIA director Sept. 6 over an affair, the retired four-start general "has retained superlawyer Robert Barnett of Williams & Connolly for advice on post-governmental issues, and to assist him in planning his future," report Politico's Mike Allen in "Playbook".
"No book is planned. The two had met and talked a little over the years," Allen writes. "Petraeus is facing probes by Capitol Hill, the Justice Department and the CIA, and now has Barnett's 250-member firm on his side."