Trump: Rove ‘The Most Overrated Man in Politics’ March 15, 2013  11:17 am

karl-roveDonald Trump has slammed Karl Rove as “the most over-rated person in politics” claiming the Republican strategist’s attack ads on Ashley Judd have increased her chances of winning a senate seat.

“This is the same mind that spent $400 million and didn’t win a race. He’s the most overrated person in politics,” Trump said during a press conference following his Friday morning speech at CPAC 2013.

Judd is widely expected to launch a bid for the Democratic nomination for the senate seat in Kentucky where she would take on MajorityLeader Mitch McConnell in 2014 if she was successful.

“I like Mitch McConnell and think what Karl Rove did to him was a disaster. Karl Rove has actually made her (seem) beautiful and make people think she is great,” Trump said.

Trump believes that Judd’s profile is only being increased by Rove’s ads which have attacked her as a liberal figure who lives most of her time in California, Tennessee, and Scotland and has little connection with the Bluegrass State where she lived as a child.

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3 Responses to Trump: Rove ‘The Most Overrated Man in Politics’

1 .Comment from Anonymous

March 15, 2013 at 4:11 pm
that hes the most overrated, is very true.

2 .Comment from Frustrated Repulican

March 15, 2013 at 5:27 pm
The Donald is right on this one. Rove is a washed up He was very bitter that Rick Santorum was winning State after State, so he went on all the media outlets to distroy him. His guy, Newt Gingrich, was a smashing succes! He won 1 State. Whohoo! All he gave us was the Dunce, Liberal, George W! Only Vannity gives this dummy an open invitation on his show.

3 .Comment from The doc

March 15, 2013 at 6:19 pm
All this fighting in the Republican Party isn't helping their cause. They need to regroup as one group or else it'll be another 8 years, and you can forget midterm elections. And yes- Trump is part of the group-he is speaking at their conference.


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