WASHINGTON (CNN) - Former Bush administration official Karl Rove was interviewed Friday at the office of his lawyer about why several U.S. attorneys were fired in 2006.
Rove's attorney, Robert Luskin, issued a statement after the meeting saying, "Mr. Rove was interviewed by prosecutors today and answered all of their questions. He intends to fully cooperate with the investigation."
Rove himself had no comment for reporters outside Luskin's office, saying only, "Have a nice weekend."
No details of the discussions were publicly released Friday, so the scope of the questioning was not fully known.