Karl Rove takes a few jabs at Sarah Palin in an interview with Chris Wallace that aired during “FOX News Sunday” on March 17. The former Alaskan governor had made an attack on Rove during her comments at the conservative CPAC conference this weekend.
During her CPAC speech Palin said, “These experts keep losing elections and they keep getting rehired and raking in millions. If they feel that strongly about who gets to run in this party, then they should buck –up or stay in the truck. Buck-up and run!”
Karl Rove was accused of mismanaging his American Crossroads super PAC following Mitt Romney’s dismal loss in the presidential election last fall. The group had raised more money than any super PAC in history, but when the results came in critics noticed almost every American Crossroads-backed candidate had lost their race.
“If I did run for office and win, I’d serve out my term. I wouldn’t leave office mid-term,” Karl Rove responded told Chris Wallace.
Sarah Palin has been widely criticized for resigning her governorship of Alaska after failing in the 2008 presidential race. Palin has not run for office since that defeat, but the former VP candidate has made millions from television and book deals.