The Hill 
Nov 19, 2012
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) on Sunday said he was not ready to rule out the possibility that President Obama knew about former CIA director David Petraeus’s affair before Election Day.
“I’m not sure the president was not told before election day,” said Rogers in an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
“The attorney general knew months before this. There was no formal notice to either Congress or the intelligence community,” he added. “We just need to ask the question, I hope he’ll come up and talk to us.”
Petraeus resigned as the nation’s top spy earlier this month, citing an extramarital affair.