Karl Rove, who served as senior advisor to former President George W. Bush spoke at the University of Minnesota Thursday.
Rove spoke to an audience of about 100 people hosted by the University of Minnesota College Republicans, the Minnesota Daily reported.
In his speech, Rove criticized President Obama and discussed the 2008 election, health care reform and the conservative voices on college campuses, the Minnesota Daily reported.
Rove spoke for an hour, but only allowed news cameras for five minutes of his speech, saying he wanted to focus on the students and not the media, Kare 11 reported.
Rove was interrupted a few times during his speech by student protestors, including one who made up a rap, Kare 11 reported.