WaPo’s Howard Kurtz talked with FNC’s newest on-air analyst, Karl Rove.
The former White House strategist told Kurtz at first he, “wasn’t into the rhythm of it. I’m a little bit nervous about it,” says Rove about his TV role. Kurtz writes, “He understands cable’s demand for yes-or-no answers but says that ‘life is more complex sometimes than a binary choice.'”
As for that “attack-dog reputation.” Rove says, “I’ll never be able to fully shed it, because I am a partisan. But I’m doing the best I can to focus on my role in giving insight.”