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Rove Denies Berger Probe Politically Timed
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Rove Denies Berger Probe Politically Timed

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Rove Denies Berger Probe Politically Timed

Rove Denies Berger Probe Politically Timed
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Senior presidential adviser Karl Rove denies presidential campaign politics were behind the timing of a leak of an FBI probe into former Clinton aide Sandy Berger. Asked if the war in Iraq will be an asset or liability for President Bush in November, Rove says, "That's what we have elections for." Rove speaks with NPR's Juan Williams.

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