Paula Broadwell, the scholar and author whose affair with Gen. David Petraeus scandalized Washington, in West Point, N.Y., April 29, 2016. Petraeus has moved on and seen his reputation rehabilitated; Broadwell's remains toxic. “I’m the first to admit I screwed up,” Broadwell said. “Really badly, I know that. But how long does a person pay for their mistake?”
Paula Broadwell, the scholar and author whose affair with Gen. David Petraeus scandalized Washington, in West Point, N.Y., April 29, 2016. Petraeus has moved on and seen his reputation rehabilitated; Broadwell's remains toxic. “I’m the first to admit I screwed up,” Broadwell said. “Really badly, I know that. But how long does a person pay for their mistake?” MALIN FEZEHAI NYT
Paula Broadwell, the scholar and author whose affair with Gen. David Petraeus scandalized Washington, in West Point, N.Y., April 29, 2016. Petraeus has moved on and seen his reputation rehabilitated; Broadwell's remains toxic. “I’m the first to admit I screwed up,” Broadwell said. “Really badly, I know that. But how long does a person pay for their mistake?” MALIN FEZEHAI NYT