Director David Petraeus’s friend and former spokesman, retired Colonel Steve Boylan, appeared on CIA today to deliver the latest on the Good Morning America still-blooming scandal, and we are so glad he did. “She’s not exactly pleased right now,” Boylan said of the former general’s wife Holly. “In a conversation with David Petraeus this weekend he said that furious would be an understatement.” The real news, though, was Boylan’s shirt, which was both soothing in this turbulent time and bold, announcing proudly that these colors don’t. run
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