Rove: O'Donnell's Loss 'Proves a Lesson'

Tuesday, 02 Nov 2010 11:11 PM

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Ace Republican strategist Karl Rove isn’t happy that his prediction that Delaware’s Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell would lose proved true. But it shows certain candidates will have more trouble than others, he told Fox News.

"Look, it gave me no pleasure to say she was unlikely to win," Rove says. "This again proves a lesson. This is a candidate right on the issues, but she mishandled a series of questions raised by the press early on in the race about her background and previous statements."


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