Karl Rove Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Karl Rove Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Political Consultant Karl Rove including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Karl Rove
Real Name Karl Rove
Nick Name Karl Christian Rove
Famous as Political Consultant
Nationality American
Religion Agnostic
Political Ideology Republican
Family Background of Karl Rove
Born on 25 December 1950
Birthday 25th December
Age 66 Years
Sun Sign Capricorn
Born in Denver, Colorado
Grouping of People College Dropouts
City Colorado
Personality Type ENTJ
Ideology Republicans
Family Background of Karl Rove
Mother Reba Louise (née Wood)
Siblings Eric
Spouses/Partners Karen Johnson (m. 2012), Darby Tara Hickson (m. 1986-2009), Valerie Mather Wainwright (m. 1976-1980)
Children Andrew Madison Rove
Education University of Texas at Austin, University of Utah, Olympus High School, George Mason University, University of Maryland, College Park
Founder/Co-Founder Karl Rove & Co.
Personal Fact of Karl Rove

Karl Rove is a master strategist and political consultant for the American Republican Party. This aggressive and shrewd strategist is known for his aggressive campaign tactics. His political life began at high school as a skilful debater. He became a leader of the College Republican and rose to become its executive director and chairman. He caught the eye of the then Republican National Committee Chairman George H. W. Bush, and was introduced to George W.

Bush and the two became great friends. He engineered George W. Bush’s wins in the two Texas gubernatorial elections, and also ran successful campaigns that saw Bush as President for two consecutive terms. He was acknowledged by Bush as the architect of his victory. Described as President Bush’s brain, he was appointed Senior Adviser in Bush’s Administration and later became Deputy Chief of Staff.

He became so powerful that many believed that he determined many U.S policies, including the war on Iraq. He was embroiled in scandals during his tenure with the Bush administration, the most important being the one related to the dismissal of several U.S. attorneys. He was accused of interfering in judicial matters. He refused to obey subpoenas of the Senate Committee and resigned from his post.