All Previous Appearances
What states are in play this election cycle? Which seats are most likely to change hands this November? Karl Rove joins Happening Now to analyze the playing field and give his latest predictions for the 2014 Midterm Elections.
Former Bush senior adviser Karl Rove weighs in on war of words between Governor Rick Perry and Senator Rand Paul on foreign policy and Attorney General Eric Holder's 'racial animus' comments.
Former Bush senior adviser blasts Obama as 'not a serious president,' calls his claim that he isn't interested in photo-ops a 'stupid moment,' dismisses his request for $3.7B for the immigration crisis as 'not a serious proposal, not a serious number.'
Why have voters turned on President Barack Obama? Karl goes On the Record to weigh in on the president's dropping approval numbers and to discuss why voters now believe the country would be in better shape if they had elected Mitt Romney.
President Barack Obama accuses Congress of 'doing nothing' and jokes about Republicans' objections to his executive overreach, telling them to 'sue him.' Karl Rove joins Happening Now to give his reaction to the president's schoolyard taunts.
Former Bush adviser Karl Rove reacts to the White House sending 300 troops, advisers to Iraq. Is this too little, too late? Or is this a step in the right direction and is President Barack Obama likely to take more action if necessary?
President Bush warned about the dangers of pulling out of Iraq too soon. Now as turmoil increases in the nation, Karl and Sean Hannity discuss the difficult position the U.S. is in, what steps it should take, and the political blame game occurring on all sides of the issue.
Karl Rove weighs in on the Obama Administration's handling of the crisis in Iraq.
Karl joins Fox and Friends for a 2014 Midterm Election edition of 'Game of Seats.' Which incumbents are in the most danger of losing their seats in November? Will Republicans win enough seats to take control of the Senate? Karl weighs in.