August 29th, 2007
12:16 PM ET
7 years ago

Pranksters get to Rove's Jag

Pranksters got Rove's Jaguar Wednesday.

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Even high level White House officials can't escape office gags during their last week of work.

Assistants to top Bush strategist Karl Rove - who officially steps down from his post Friday - covered his Jaguar with plastic wrap and multi-colored post-it notes Wednesday morning.

They also attached two stuffed eagles to the trunk and reportedly slapped on an "I Love Obama" sticker.

Rove is currently in New Orleans with the president, but White House spokesman Scott Stanzel confirmed he is aware of the office prank.

"When folks like you [the media] pay attention to it, he has a tendency to pay attention to it," said Stanzel. "Not much gets past Karl."

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