Special prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald will decide Karl Rove’s fate in the next two to three weeks, The New York Times reported.
And Rove may be more worried than he’s letting on. Washington Post columnist Dan Froomkin rounded up up some of the recent reporting on the case, quoting David Shuster of MSNBC:
“While his supporters continue to put a good face on his lengthy grand jury testimony, other sources close to Karl Rove say the presidential adviser is now more worried, not less, that he’s going to get indicted. The sources say Rove was surprised by some of the questions he was asked, and by the fact the session stretched on for three and a half hours.”
Posted by Melissa Cooley
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