Republican strategist Karl Rove stopped-by ‘Hannity’ Thursday to weigh-in on the Democrats’ total meltdown in Iowa; saying he believes it’s the last Caucus we will see in the presidential primary process.
“What do you do with Iowa? What do you do with it now?” asked Hannity.
“I think this is the last Iowa Caucus that we see… There are roughly 1700 precincts, the New York Times found 100 precincts had mistakes in them, NBC News found 77 precincts in which there were more votes cast in the final alignment than the initial alignment,” said Rove.
“We have all of this stuff right now… It’s amazing how rapidly people come to a conclusion about where this contest is going to go,” he added.
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ROVE ON HANNITY: Barr Report Just the Beginning, Dems Will Continue Mueller Madness ‘For Months’
Republican strategist Karl Rove spoke with Fox News’ Sean Hannity Wednesday night to weigh-in on the Attorney General’s final report; saying Congressional Democrats will continue their Mueller-obsession for months to come.
“You’ve been through a special counsel yourself… Now that we have the exact words that say ‘no collusion,’ what’s next for them?” asked Hannity.
“This is the beginning of the next chapter. I think it’s going to be focusing on the entire document, that’s going to lead to charges that he obstructed justice, then it’s going to be months of demanding the unredacted copy of the report,” said Rove.
“People like Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler will be calling for the immediate release of everything,” he added.
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ROVE ON HANNITY: Republicans Should ‘Not Get Overconfident’ About 2020 Election
Republican strategist Karl Rove stopped-by ‘Hannity’ Tuesday night to discuss the current state of the 2020 race for the White House; warning Republicans they shouldn’t “get overconfident” on President Trump’s re-election.
“How do you see it? What’s it building into?” asked Hannity.
“I’d say we have to be cautious about this. We can’t get overconfident… We have to talk about the economy. The election is about whatever the candidates say it’s about. If the President is going to use the economy to his advantage, he has to talk about it and explain the next steps,” said Rove.
“I’d also like to see the Republican Party unite and nationalize this election as a ‘Big Choice’ election. Green New Deal or the Trump success,” added Sean.
President Trump is now projected to win the 2020 race for the White House by three different election models; with experts saying he has a “formidable” advantage against any potential Democratic opponent.
“Steven Rattner, who served as counselor to the Treasury secretary in the Obama administration and worked on the auto industry bailouts, explained in his piece that three separate projection models currently point to a win for Trump,” reports Fox News.
“One model by Ray Fair, a professor at Yale, projects Trump’s 2020 vote share as high as 56 percent given the economic boom, but that does not account for voters’ issues with the president’s personality,” adds the author.
The projection comes as former Vice President Joe Biden extends his lead as the Democratic frontrunner heading into 2020.
President Trump unloaded on Biden last Monday saying Barack Obama “took him off the trash heap” during the 2008 race for the White House.
“Looks like Bernie Sanders is history. Sleepy Joe Biden is pulling ahead and think about it, I’m only here because of Sleepy Joe and the man who took him off the 1% trash heap, President O! China wants Sleepy Joe BADLY!” tweeted Trump.
Looks like Bernie Sanders is history. Sleepy Joe Biden is pulling ahead and think about it, I’m only here because of Sleepy Joe and the man who took him off the 1% trash heap, President O! China wants Sleepy Joe BADLY!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 20, 2019
“I look at Joe, I don’t know about him,” Trump told reporters last week. “I would never say anyone’s too old. I know they’re all making me look very young both in terms of age and in terms of energy.”
“If I’m going to be able to beat Donald Trump in 2020, it’s going to happen here,” said Biden in Pennsylvania shortly after announcing his run for the White House.