Politics Daily prints an excerpt of a “rare” interview that editor-in-chief Melinda Henneberger had with Darby Rove (soon to be ex-wife of Bush Advisor Karl Rove) in 2000 when she wrote for The New York Times.
In this foreboding quote from Darby Rove, Henneberger reveals possible trouble in the couple’s marriage: “He’s learned to lay back a little bit when he and Andrew play chess,” she told me, “but even in croquet he’d be hitting my ball so far I was crying on vacation.”
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