Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) said she would, if necessary, subpoena a trip report from former Central Intelligence Agency director David H. Petraeus' trip to Libya in the last year.
"I believe that Director Petraeus made a trip to the region (of Libya), shortly before this became public," Feinstein said. "I believe that there is a trip report. We have asked to see the trip report. One person tells me he has read it, and then we try to get it and they tell me it hasn't been done. That is unacceptable."
"It may have some very relevant information to what happened in Benghazi," Feinstein said.
Petraeus resigned his position on Friday, disclosing in the process an extramarital affair. He was originally intended to testify this week in a closed Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.