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Better to get it liquidated, as The Wall Street Journal editorial recommended.

CHRIS WALLACE (HOST): Karl, that poll, everything else, what is Trump's path to victory now, or doesn't he have one?

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BILL HEMMER (CO-HOST): There are a lot of stories now being written about how Trump divests of his own company. What's the best advice or course of action, quickly?

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KARL ROVE: Well, this is going to be really thorny for him because, look -- remember, part of the argument that he made during the campaign about crooked Hillary was that Bill Clinton was getting paid by -- and their foundation receiving money by foreign governments and companies, Bill was being paid for -- paid speeches, even receiving lavish birthday gifts. Typically a blind trust has to be liquid assets and independent directors.

He has 186 electoral votes in states that he either leads outside of the margin of error or is thought comfortably put away. That's Romney's states minus Arizona and North Carolina, where he’s behind, plus Iowa, where he's ahead. Maybe it could, but I doubt that in the just over two weeks that we've got left, conducting the kind of campaign he is conducting, that he's going to be able to swing one out of every, you know, 10 voters, one out of every 12 voters, one out of every 15 voters and one out of every six voters in a state, and convert them.Speakers for this session include Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W.Bush, and Donna Brazile, Al Gore’s campaign manager and Democratic National Committee Vice Chair.There's only one other -- he's ahead in Ohio by less than one point. There's only one other state where he's within four, Florida. And everything else ranges from 4.3 to 10 points the rest of the battleground states. He would have to not only win two states where he is either only slightly ahead or behind by four, but he would have to pick up states where he is behind, at, or above the national average.

He has 186 electoral votes in states that he either leads outside of the margin of error or is thought comfortably put away. That's Romney's states minus Arizona and North Carolina, where he’s behind, plus Iowa, where he's ahead. Maybe it could, but I doubt that in the just over two weeks that we've got left, conducting the kind of campaign he is conducting, that he's going to be able to swing one out of every, you know, 10 voters, one out of every 12 voters, one out of every 15 voters and one out of every six voters in a state, and convert them.

Speakers for this session include Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W.

Bush, and Donna Brazile, Al Gore’s campaign manager and Democratic National Committee Vice Chair.

There's only one other -- he's ahead in Ohio by less than one point. There's only one other state where he's within four, Florida. And everything else ranges from 4.3 to 10 points the rest of the battleground states.

He would have to not only win two states where he is either only slightly ahead or behind by four, but he would have to pick up states where he is behind, at, or above the national average.

He has also headed the Office of Political Affairs, the Office of Public Liaison, and the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives.