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Politics / New Congress / Rove Interview #984882

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 05, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The views of President Bush’s former advisor Karl Rove on the Tea Party and the Republican agenda; election exit poll data cited; scenes shown of Senator Mitch McConnell outlining his agenda for 2010. [ROVE – talks about the relationship between the Tea Party and the Republican establishment; comments on the health care law and efforts to repeal it; states President Obama and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi don’t get that the American people want action on jobs; comments on compromise vs. gridlock in Congress; doubts the next election will be like what happened to President Clinton in 1994; comments on the chapter called “Obama the Myth” in his book “Courage and Consequence”; comments on former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as a possible presidential candidate in 2010.]
Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie
Duration:
00:04:50

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