In an appearance on CNN’s The Lead with host Jake Tapper, Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) took aim at Republican groups for campaigning on the scandalous revelations surrounding Veterans Affairs administrators falsifying the wait times service personnel endured. Miller said it was inappropriate for any group to be politicizing an issue that “should not be a political football.”
As predicted, Karl Rove's recent remarks about Hillary Clinton's blood clot episode back in December, 2012, has officially become a topic of intense Truther-style speculation on Fox News Channel. You might recall how Rove cleverly speculated...Show More Summary
Now playing on MSNBC: “Hillary vs. the Haters!” Opening his Tuesday evening episode of Hardball, host Chris Matthews kicked off by essentially whining about new comments from Karl Rove about potential 2016 candidate, Hillary Clinton....Show More Summary
Karl Rove Americans don't approve of Karl Rove's outlandish claims about Hillary Clinton's health, but that doesn't mean Rove isn't sitting home cackling like a Bond villain: Two-thirds of Americans in a new Washington Post-ABC NewsShow More Summary
Directly following President Barack Obama's foreign policy speech to the West Point graduating class, Fox News contributor Karl Rove bluntly summarized what he found new about the speech: "Nothing."
An overwhelming majority of Americans reject Karl Rove's attempt to scandalize Hillary Clinton's health and age, according to a new poll. Rove has suggested in several appearances this month that Clinton's age and health should be major...Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) - Most Americans don't agree with Karl Rove's questioning of Hillary Clinton's health and age, according to a new national poll. And an ABC News/Washington Post survey released Wednesday also indicates that a majority of the public says they'd support Clinton if she makes a second bid for the White House. The former […]
Is onetime Republican political maven Karl Rove too tra […]
From the May 27 edition of Fox News's Outnumbered: Previously: Fox's Karl Rove Reportedly Claims Hillary Clinton Has Brain Damage Fox Runs Defense For Rove's Brain Damage Smear With Old, Repackaged Lies Anatomy Of A Clinton Smear: From Rove's Baseless Speculation To Right-Wing Media's Calls For Evidence
In the week I was off, former half-term governor Sarah Palin decided to go ballistic over Democratic push-back against Karl Rove’s line about Hillary’s possible “brain damage” after her fall. Palin demanded tough media scrutiny for Clinton – including medical records. Money quote: America, you deserve fair and consistent coverage of relevant issues before deciding […]
Fox News contributor Karl Rove exploited the Obama administration's accidental exposure of a CIA operative's identity to absolve his own culpability in deliberately leaking former CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity during the Bush...Show More Summary
"[Y]ou don’t want to be too familiar, you want to be something fresh..."
Republican strategist and Bush family ally Karl Rove said that Hillary Clinton may be too "old and stale" to inspire voters in 2016 if she runs for president. " In American politics, there’s a sense you want to be new. You don’t want to be too familiar. Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) - Karl Rove, the Republican strategist who just weeks ago ignited a fire about Hillary Clinton's health, now says the former secretary of state is at risk of being seen as "old and stale." After Rove was asked about Clinton's "inevitability" as the Democratic nominee in 2016 on Fox News, the former George […]
(Credit: Goat4421) Old and stale Karl Rove attacks Hillary Clinton as "old" and "stale."
Rove takes to Fox to slam the Democratic frontrunner with an assist from the Beltway conventional wisdom factory
Karl Rove, that fresh-faced political pundit, is continuing his attacks on a politician he fears, having already called her the victim of a “traumatic brain injury.” “Hillary may have the impression in people’s minds that she’s both the third term of Barack Obama … and a third term for Bill Clinton, which is now 20 […]
Cohen: Karl Rove spoke here in Las Vegas recently.