Obama: No evidence classified information was disclosed

President Obama praised the work of former CIA chief General David Petraeus. Speaking to reporters he said the General had served America "with great distinction" and from what he knows at "this point in the investigation", did not act in a way that compromised national security.

"I have no evidence, from this point, from what I have seen, that classified information was disclosed that would have impacted on our national security."

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