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Karl Rove said in a radio interview yesterday that a "fresh face" might be needed to defeat Hillary Clinton in the general election.

He told Hugh Hewitt:

"Donald Trump excites a lot of enthusiasm. But he also excites a lot of anger within the Republican Party and outside of the Republican Party. And a fresh face might be the thing that could give us a chance to turn this election and win in November against Hillary."

On "Your World," Rove reiterated that he did not want Trump to be the nominee.

"I want the Republican Party to win," Rove said, pointing to Trump's "deteriorating" favorable numbers since February.

"And every time I hope that he will turn around and show us that he can be presidential and do something to show us that he can be capable of winning the general election, he offends more people and says more stupid stuff."

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