Row Over Karl Rove

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photoJust what did President Bush's most trusted advisor Karl Rove do and should he lose his job over it?

Revelations that Rove was the source for Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper's story on CIA agent Valerie Plume is raising troubling questions and difficult choices for Bush.

Supporters urge Bush to stand by his man while critics say it's time for Rove to go.

What is the future of Karl Rove? Should he stay or should he go?


Mark Silva, White House correspondent The Chicago Tribune

Congressman Jack Kingston (R) Georgia

Congressman John Tierney (D) Massachusetts

David Corn, Washington Editor The Nation

Wayne Slater, Austin bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News and co-author of Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential"

Byron York, White House reporter for The National Review, author of "The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy"

This program aired on July 13, 2005.

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