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Rove's Planned Exit Leads High-Energy Week in Politics

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Rove's Planned Exit Leads High-Energy Week in Politics

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Rove's Planned Exit Leads High-Energy Week in Politics

Rove's Planned Exit Leads High-Energy Week in Politics

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The announcement that White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove is leaving Washington was only the beginning of what became an active week in Politics.

Michael Fauntroy, professor at the George Mason University School of Public Policy, is joined by Melissa Harris Lacewell, professor of politics at Princeton University, to discuss the week in politics.

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