All Previous Appearances
Karl Rove joins the panel on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace to discuss Governor Jeb Bush's handling of the Iraq question, the 2016 presidential field, and the latest updates on the tragic Amtrak 188 crash.
Jeb Bush will have learned from this week's firestorm over his Iraq War comments, says Karl Rove, the Republican strategist who helped steer his brother to the White House.
"He's a very smart guy. He's not a guy who needs the lesson taught to him twice," Rove told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie on Friday.
While it would be ideal to repeal and replace ObamaCare today, Karl Rove explains it is not possible until there is a GOP president to do so. In the meantime, he warns the GOP needs to offer a plan in response to the pending SCOTUS decision.
Former Arkansas governor set to announce new White House bid.
What do the two latest entries to the Republican primary bring to the race? Karl joins America Newsroom to break down the latest poll numbers and discuss the new candidates' strengths as they launch their bids for the White House.
Should all Republican presidential candidates be able to participate in the primary debates? What should be the requirements? Will the growing field be a benefit or a curse for the eventual Republican candidate?
What message do hopefuls need to send? Karl Rove discusses on Your World with Neil Cavuto.
President Barack Obama, whom many had hoped would help urban communities, jabs GOP during his remarks on Baltimore riots. Karl Rove takes him to task on his comments and asks why he did not act when he had Democratic majorities in Congress.
Karl Rove joins Bill O'Reilly in the 'No Spin Zone' to break down the latest numbers on the potential Republican presidential field. How long can each candidate sustain a bump in the polls? When will the race begin to gel? Karl weighs in.
Former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush Karl Rove talks with Brian about Congress finally doing its job with the GOP in charge. They also discuss the "Clinton Cash" and how it can damage likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.