|Rove Wants to Play Nice with Hillary|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Feb 16, 2014, 09:12 PM|
Karl Rove, who claims to be a GOP political operative, contends that it's sexist to attack Hillary Clinton. Hence, he is calling for the Republican Party to stop mentioning her poor health and Benghazi problems.
Fox News reports that, "Former Bush administration adviser Karl Rove on Sunday cautioned Republicans against a 2016 presidential election strategy that focuses too much on the political history of potential Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton."
Rove is quoted as saying on Meet the Press that, "I don't think Bill Clinton is as relevant as Hillary Clinton."
According to Fox News, "Republicans have tried to knock down a Clinton candidacy essentially since she resigned from her post in February 2013 as secretary of state. And the campaign appears to have increased in recent weeks with the publication of historical, academic documents portraying her as “ruthless” and Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul questioning whether former President Clinton should be allowed to return to the White House, considering his behavior with intern Monica Lewinsky."
Perhaps, Rove is hoping Hillary Clinton hires him as a political consultant.
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