During a National Public Radio interview, White House Deputy Chief of Staff "duked it out" with the host over polling data[..].
After midterm election interviewer Robert Siegel stated that "many might consider you on the optimistic end of realism" regarding Republican hopes to retain both Houses in November, Rove suggested that the NPR host was biased.
"Not that you would be exhibiting a bias or anything like that," Rove said. "You're just making a comment."
"I'm looking at all the same polls that you're looking at every day," Seigel responded
Man oh man... Bill O'Reilly's show was one major freakout over the firing of Juan Williams from NPR this Thursday. He went from having Williams on to Karl Rove to Laura Ingraham to Megyn Kelly and then on to Glenn Beck to opine over how unfair it Read more...
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington on Sunday told Karl Rove, a former senior advisor to President George W. Bush, that it was "ironic" that he was invited on ABC News to criticize the current White House for scandals at the IRS and Justice Department because he was the "Michael Jordan of politicizing the executive branch."