Rove said done with politics once he leaves this White House
Thursday December 14, 2006
An item in today's edition of the Evans-Novak Political Report claims that Karl Rove, known to some as "Bush's Brain," will not continue participating in national politics beyond his tenure inside the current White House.
The report indicates that much of the national media overlooked the White House political strategist's appearance at a recent Washington, DC, speaking engagement. At the event, he apparently told the audience he was a "former political consultant" and would stay out of the game of politics. The Evans-Novak report read this statement as news of Rove's retirement, and a statement that he will not return to political consulting once he leaves the White House.
The report offers no answer to the question of whether Rove will leave the White House prior to the end of President George W. Bush's presidency at the beginning of 2009.
The full item can be accessed at the website of Human Events, which hosts the Evans-Novak Political Report.