Karl Rove has said that he could imagine a 2016 GOP presidential nominee coming out in support of gay marriage. Rove’s comments come shortly before the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in two gay marriage cases this week. From Business...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Whatever else may be true of Karl Rove, he generally knows which way the wind is blowing. When the Fox News contributor and former Bush deputy chief of staff was asked if he could imagine a future Republican presidential candidate supporting gay marriage, he answered in the affirmative. Show More Summary
That was interesting. Yesterday, Karl Rove, via Business Insider, on ABC’s “This Week,” was asked: Karl Rove, can you imagine the next presidential campaign, a Republican candidate saying flat out I am for gay marriage?’ ABC host George Stephanopoulos asked him. ‘I could,’ Rove said. Rove was asked about this week’s Supreme Court hearings related [...]
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The influential Republican strategist appeared to be asked whether the next GOP nominee for president could support marriage equality, but Rove doesn't see it that way. read more
Karl Rove tells ABC News that he can imagine a GOP presidential candidate who backs gay marriage.
Rove said on This Week he imagines future GOP presidential candidates supporting gay marriage. When asked, “Can you imagine the next presidential campaign, a Republican candidate saying flat out I am for gay marriage?” Rove responded “I could.” Rove’s comment came a week after Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman, whom Mitt Romney considered as a [...]
On Sunday's "This Week" George Stephanopoulos hosted a contentious roundtable including Jim Messina from the Obama Campaign White House, Fox News contributor Karl Rove and ABC News' Terry Moran. Rove was the closest thing to a conservative...Show More Summary
After defending the GOP's future and its stance on guns on This Week, Karl Rove took questions from ABC viewers, including one question about Stephen Colbert's usage of a ham puppet to represent him on his show.
Republican strategist Karl Rove shot down suggestions that the GOP is in a downward spiral towards irrelevance during a segment on ABC's This Week. Rove acknowledged that the Republican Party does have problems but predicted the party will be around for decades to come.
Things got heated during a segment about background checks and gun control legislation during a panel discussion on This Week when Nightline anchor Terry Moran told Karl Rove that he was "scaring people" with talk about gun confiscation and black helicopters.
Karl Rove, former deputy chief of staff for President George W. Bush and current Fox News contributor, says he can envision the 2016 Republican presidential nominee supporting gay marriage. “I could,” Rove said during a roundtable discussion on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday when asked if he could imagine a same-sex marriage supporter on the [...]
The Republican party may be getting a little more gay friendly. A week after Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman announced that he had changed his position on gay marriage, Karl Rove said that he could see the GOP’s presidential candidate in 2016 supporting same sex marriage. The Fox News contributor was talking with George Stephanopoulos [...]Show More Summary
Click here to view this media Republican strategist Karl Rove engaged in some friendly -- if not tone deaf -- banter with Democratic strategist Donna Brazile on Sunday, joking that she owed him some "fried chicken." During a panel discussion...Show More Summary
Predicting a sizeable party shift more than three years before the next presidential election, Republican strategist Karl Rove said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that he could envision the next Republican presidential nominee supporting gay marriage. Show More Summary
Karl Rove told ABC News that he can imagine the next Republican presidential nominee supporting same-sex marriage. Said Rove: "I could." "Rove's comments came days after Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman, whom Mitt Romney considered as a running mate in the 2012 election, announced that he had shifted his position and supported gay marriage. Show More Summary
Fox News contributor and former Bush deputy chief of staff Karl Rove said this morning on “This Week” that he can imagine the next Republican nominee for the White House supporting gay marriage. “I could,” Rove said on the “This Week” roundtable. Rove’s comments came...
We’re not fans of Karl Rove, but the man is a canny strategist: This morning on ABC’s This Week, the Sith Lord said he could see Republican presidential candidates supporting marriage equality by 2016. He also predicted the Supreme Court will vote in favor of marriage equality in the two cases it will hear this [...]