Karl Rove predicts Romney loss to Obama
Republican strategist Karl Rove, who is considered the architect of
George W. Bush's two successful campaigns for the White House, is
predicting that Mitt Romney will have a difficult time beating Barack
Obama in the general election in November.
According to Rove, the situation is so dire that if the election were held today, Obama would win handily.
Romney is the presumptive Republican nominee, although he does not yet have enough delegates to win.
Rove is known for his pinpoint accuracy in predicting how the states
will vote in general elections. In 2008 he correctly predicted the
election results in 48 out of 50 states.
In an interview with NewsMax yesterday,
Rove states that if the election were held today, Obama would win 284
electoral votes compared to Romney's 157. A candidate must win at least
270 electoral votes to gain the presidency.
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