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Karl Rove: Joe Biden will not be the nominee of the Democratic Party in 2024

Fox News contributor Karl Rove weighed in on President Biden's chances of being the Democratic Party's nominee in 2024 on "Jesse Watters Primetime." KARL ROVE: Democrats are done with President Biden. He is not going to be the nominee of the Democratic Party. He is not going to run. I've been saying this for over a year: The Democrats are not stupid enough to nominate somebody at the age of 82 who already has difficulty stringing together two sentences.
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Biden does not know what Americans are living through, or he does but tries to say 'it ain't bad': Karl Rove

Fox News contributor Karl Rove delved into President Biden's state of mind in the wake of the United States entering a recession Saturday on "One Nation." KARL ROVE: Either [Biden] doesn't know what we're living through, or he knows what we're living through and he's trying to tell us that it ain't bad. And neither one of those is good for his standing with the American people. There's a reason why this president has the worst approval numbers of any modern president at this time in his term — in his first term.
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Karl Rove incorrectly claimed there was 'statistically' no way Trump could lose the 2020 election, Jared Kushner writes

Karl Rove assured Jared Kushner Trump couldn't lose the 2020 election, Kushner writes. Kushner recalls Rove calling him on election night 2020 after Trump prematurely declared victory. "He's going to win. Statistically, there's no way the Democrats can catch up with you now," Rove said. Former Trump White House advisor...
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GOP strategist Karl Rove questions what Trump is doing with $121M war chest

Longtime GOP adviser Karl Rove took aim at Donald Trump on Thursday, questioning what the former president plans to do with his massive $121 million war chest. In a probing Wall Street Journal op-ed headlined, “Where Do Trump’s Donations Go,” the Republican strategist noted the ex-president controls four political action committees with cash on hand totaling more than $121 million as of June 30. In comparison, various GOP committees — including the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the National Republican Congressional Committee — had a total of $174.8 million at the end of June. “Mr. Trump has assembled a...
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A recession is already underway in the form of a wage recession: Karl Rove

Fox News contributor Karl Rove warned that a recession is already "underway" in the shape of a wage recession Tuesday on "Your World." KARL ROVE: The voters are first and foremost concerned about something that they're having interaction with virtually every day. When they go to the grocery, when they go to the store, when they go to the gas pump - they're paying significantly higher prices than they were paying a year ago or two years ago. That's what's driving the main angst in this economy. It's not, is the economy growing? … The thing that is driving this number more than anything else is the feeling that the prices they're paying at the pump, at the grocery store, at the department store are growing beyond their ability to catch up. And we see this in the numbers. We have a recession underway. It's a wage recession where the wages of Americans are not keeping up at all with the costs that they're paying … on every single day that they happen to buy something or try and buy something.
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Karl Rove on Biden's chances of reelection in 2024: 'Zero'

Fox News contributor Karl Rove discussed President Biden's chances of reelection in 2024 on "Jesse Watters Primetime" — and he doesn't say they're looking good. KARL ROVE: What are the odds that Joe Biden is going to be the nominee of the Democratic Party in 2024? I think this: I think zero chance. And, as a result, I think that for a long while people have been sort of jockeying around. We've seen Pritzker going here and Polis, governor of Colorado, talking about the governor of Illinois talking about it, Newsom running television ads in Florida. Kamala Harris going back to Los Angeles and to northern California a lot.
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Karl Rove rips Biden's inflation plan: He wants a political talking point

Fox News contributor Karl Rove argued on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday that President Biden’s strategy to combat soaring inflation is "not a serious plan." KARL ROVE: This is not a serious plan. Let's look at it. The main point is, he says the primary responsibility for dealing with inflation is the Federal Reserve. In other words, it's not my fault, not my responsibility. It's the Federal Reserve's. And then I got practical steps that are going to reduce costs. We're going to do something about supply chains. Haven't you been doing that for a year and a half? We're going to do infrastructure. Did we pass a bill on that last year? We're going to build 1 million homes over the next five years. We have 142 million homes in America today. Why is adding seven-tenths of 1% of homes over the next 10 and over the next five years paid for with taxpayer dollars going to reduce the cost of housing? We're going to [have] price controls on drugs. We're going to have child and elder care. In other words, we got to Build Back Better. We've got this $5 trillion, sold at three and a half trillion dollar spending bill. That's what he's talking about.

Three-way Pennsylvania primary has two 'very strong' general election candidates: Karl Rove

Fox News contributor Karl Rove offered his predictions for the hotly-contested Pennsylvania Senate race Tuesday, arguing David McCormick and Dr. Oz would both be "strong candidates" if either prevails in the primary election. Rove made the remarks on "America's Newsroom," warning Kathy Barnette, another GOP contender, may not be successful in the general election because of "lingering questions" surrounding her record and recent remarks.
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