Who would Donald Trump seek counsel from under a potential administration? Look no further than Sarah Palin.
While appearing on “The Palin Update” Monday on Mama Grizzly Radio, Trump told host Kurt Scholla that he wouldn’t hesitate to turn to Palin, who resigned the Alaska governorship during the middle of her first term, for guidance if he won the presidency in 2016.
“If there is a Trump administration, could you see picking up the phone, giving the governor a call and picking her brain on some things, or perhaps having her along in some official capacity,” Scholla asked Trump.
“I’d love that. Because she really is somebody that knows what’s happening and she’s a special person, she’s really a special person and I think people know that,” he said.
“She’s got a following that’s unbelievable,” Trump said. “I still have people saying ‘Get Sarah’s support. Get Sarah’s support.’ No matter where I go, everybody loves her.”
“I’m looking at some of the candidates — they’re weak. They’re ineffective. To a degree that’s almost hard to believe,” Trump said. “And, you know, they like the Sarah Palin kind of strength. You just don’t see it much anymore.”
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