Two Minnesota college campuses are getting visits this week from an influential White House figure during former President George W. Bush's tenure.
Senior Bush adviser Karl Rove planned to address a Concordia College gathering Tuesday night. It was organized by the Concordia Conservatives and College Republicans. He was expected to fill a 700-seat auditorium on the Moorhead campus.
On Thursday, he is scheduled to appear at St. Olaf College in Northfield at the request of that school's student-run Political Awareness Committee.
Rove has been touring the country to reflect on the past administration and critique the present one.
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