Karl Rove: Democrats Don't Scare Bush

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While the Democratic presidential candidates stump in New Hampshire, President Bush gears up for his re-election campaign. Karl Rove, Bush's chief political adviser, says the president isn't worried about whom the Democrats pick. Rove also rebuts criticism on the war in Iraq, federal spending and sluggish job growth. Hear Rove's interview with NPR's Juan Williams.

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