Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a 2016 presidential candidate, is publicly feuding with one of the closest advisers of the last Republican president. The fight between Cruz and Karl Rove, a veteran GOP consultant who guided George W. Bush's presidential campaigns, spilled out into the open over the weekend. Show More Summary
It's the Republican battle of the century: Sen. Ted Cruz versus Karl Rove.
Fox News contributor Karl Rove denied a negative story appearing in a new book from presidential candidate and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), but Cruz has now produced an email from Rove that appears to back his version of events. This is just...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz slams Karl Rove in his new memoir -- and the political strategist is firing back
The dust-up over a 2009 conversation comes as Mr. Cruz is looking to raise his profile in an increasingly crowded Republican field of presidential candidates.
“The spat between Sen. Ted Cruz and GOP strategist Karl Rove escalated late Sunday, with Cruz dusting off an email exchange from 2009 to refute Rove’s denial of claims in his forthcoming book,” the Dallas Morning News reports. “Cruz asserted [...]
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Karl Rove are at odds -- over a description of what happened when former president George H.W. Bush donated to Cruz's campaign for attorney general of Texas in 2009. Rove is lashing out against assertions Cruz makes in his book, "A Time for Truth." Cruz writes that he went to […]
"I don't think that's an answer."
A casually tossed-off comment from Karl Rove on yesterday's edition of Fox News Sunday has captured the attention of both sides of the political divide today. The Daily Caller's headline reads, "Karl Rove: Only Way To Stop The Violence Is To Repeal Second Amendment." Over at Salon, it's "Karl Rove’s Second Amendment shocker."
SERIOUSLY, KARL?: Karl Rove: Violence will continue until the Second Amendment is repealed. During the Sunday airing of Fox New Sunday, host Chris Wallace asked Karl Rove how America can stop violent attacks like the one the country witnessed in Charleston, South Carolina. Rove responded: So, we have come a long way. Now, maybe there’s some magic law that […]
Rove displays an ignorance of our history and our Constitution and how we won our freedoms thanks to private citizens bearing arms.
"Until somebody gets enough oomph to repeal the Second Amendment," he says on Fox, violence will continue
From the June 21 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday: Previously: Fox News Pundits Laud Donald Trump's Candidacy For President Fox & Friends Praises Trump For His "Swagger" And Suggestion That "Mexicans Build Their Own Wall" Trump Announcement Prompts More Conservative Criticism Of Fox News' GOP Debate Rules
OpenSecrets.org, Rove’s ‘New’ Group Isn’t New, and That Could Be the Point: Karl Rove and his colleagues at the dark money behemoth Crossroads GPS have a “new” 501(c)(4), and according to reports, they’re going to use it in much the same way they have used GPS itself — as a...
Are Republicans planning to re-run the 2004 election in 2016? If so, can they be stopped? There's no question that Karl Rove, the Koch Brothers and Roger Ailes have effectively...
Karl Rove makes a plea for GOP presidential candidates to play nice. Drawing comparisons with the last presidential campaign, he warns that “if this group of candidates conducts itself as the last group did in 2011 and 2012, Republican enthusiasm will decline dramatically. Republicans did not like then, and will like even less now, personal […]
Karl Rove is in the WSJ today asking if social issues are hurting Republicans. He concludes that the GOP is the home of social issue is the home of social issue conservatives, and without them the party will be too weak to be effective,...Show More Summary
Republicans have no idea how they would respond to a Supreme Court decision gutting Obamacare. The post Republicans Are Blowing Their Last, Best Chance To Kill Obamacare — Just Ask Karl Rove appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Karl Rove and his colleagues at the dark money behemoth Crossroads GPS have a “new” 501(c)(4), and according to reports, they’re going to use it in much the same way they have used GPS itself — as a conduit for anonymous, political money in the 2016 elections. But the group, One Nation, isn’t “new,” and…