Karl Rove

The former president, who launched a "war on terror" in Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks in 2001, called for welcoming refugees "without bureaucratic delay."
Ex-President Donald Trump is trying to cancel fellow Republican Karl Rove.
The former president was apparently triggered by a Wall Street Journal column.
"If you believe that the Jews control a space laser that starts fires," you should not be on the House education committee, the GOP strategist said.
Giuliani's apparent defense — that Trump didn't incite insurrection because the presidential election was rigged — isn't going to work, Rove told Chris Wallace.
The veteran GOP strategist called the advice given to Trump by the lawyer and the former national security adviser "idiotic" and "unbelievable."
"In the long run, he's not helping himself or the country," the GOP strategist warns.
The president’s legal challenges are "not enough to change the final outcome," the veteran GOP strategist wrote in The Wall Street Journal.
Chris Wallace, Bret Baier, Dana Perino and Karl Rove all gave the former vice president high marks.
The former adviser for George W. Bush called the first Black president's speeches for high school seniors and historically Black colleges "unseemly."