In February 2008, Karl Rove joined Fox News Channel (FNC) as a respected political contributor. Alongside his role at FNC, Rove currently serves as a columnist for the prestigious Wall Street Journal.
During his tenure as a contributor, Rove has offered insightful analysis and commentary on significant political events, including the highly anticipated 2012 Republican Presidential primaries and caucuses. He made his debut on Super Tuesday during the coverage of the 2008 Presidential election.
Before joining FNC, Rove played pivotal roles in prominent political campaigns. He notably worked on the 2000 presidential campaign of George W. Bush, as well as Bush’s successful reelection bid in 2004. Rove’s exceptional expertise and contributions led to his appointment as Deputy Chief of Staff in President George W. Bush’s administration, where he served as a senior advisor and assistant to the President.
Prior to his White House role, Rove gained valuable experience as a political consultant for various Republican candidates, including Bill Clements and Phil Gramm. Rove’s extensive career also includes being the president of the Karl Rove & Company public affairs firm, working with the Republican National Committee, and teaching at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.
Rove’s journey began at the University of Utah, where he embarked on his political career as the executive director of the College Republicans. His leadership within the organization eventually led him to assume the role of chair.
With his wealth of experience and deep insights into political matters, Karl Rove has made significant contributions to Fox News Channel as a political contributor and continues to engage readers as a columnist for the Wall Street Journal.