Sarah Palin Fast Facts
Sarah Palin believed that the Queen rather than the prime minister was Privacy and cookiesJobsDatingOffersShopPuzzlesInvestor SubscribeRegisterLog in made the comment during the presidential campaign as aides to to bring his surprise-pick running mate up to speed on foreign affairs. For Palin, the incident appears to have confirmed jokes that her meet-and-greet sessions with world leaders at the UN were "speed dating". Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin on Monday She summed up her global speed date Wednesday: "It's going great," she.
Sarah Palin 'believed Queen was in charge of British forces in Iraq'
Lieberman, a Democrat-turned-independent, as his running mate. He recalls that his advisers warned him that picking a vice-presidential candidate who caucused with Democrats and supported abortion rights would divide Republicans and doom his chances. But McCain is not just unpopular with the far right because of his resistance moments.
Beyond his policy positions, McCain is out of step in another important way: Before he helped torpedo the GOP health care vote last summer, McCain gave a stirring speech on the Senate floor, pleading with his fellows lawmakers to return to a politics of decency and consensus.
To hell with them.
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Regardless of what she does inI will always be a big fan," he said. Regardless of what she does inI will always be a big fan. John McCain, who ran with Palin in McCain has called Cruz a member of the "wacko bird" senators and has fueled the argument for those who've questioned whether the Texas senator would even be eligible to serve as president because he was born in Canada.
However, Trump has also spent significant time this cycle trashing the Arizona senator, most visibly this summer when he said that the former prisoner of war was "not a war hero.
Glassner worked on Palin's failed vice presidential bid and Trump hired him as his political director last July.
This story has been updated to more accurately characterize Sarah Palin's evaluation of the Obama administration. July 28, - Alaska state legislators vote to hire an investigator to determine if Palin fired former state Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan because he would not fire Palin's former brother-in-law, Mike Wooten, a state trooper. August 6, - A former state employee files an ethics complaint against Palin accusing her of using her position to get a supporter a government position.
September 1, - Announces her year-old daughter, Bristol, is five months pregnant, and the McCain campaign releases a statement that McCain knew about the pregnancy when he selected her as his running mate. September 3, - Accepts the Republican Party's nomination for vice president at the Republican National Convention. October 10, - State investigator Stephen Branchflower releases a report that Palin abused her power as Alaska's governor and violated state ethics law by trying to get her ex-brother-in-law fired.
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November 3, - Alaska's Personnel Board releases a report concluding that Palin did not violate ethics law in relation to her ex-brother-in-law. November 4, - McCain loses the presidential election to Barack Obama.
January 27, - Launches a political action committee to raise money. July 3, - Announces that she will be stepping down as governor of Alaska. July 26, - Steps down as governor of Alaska.
Sean Parnell becomes governor. November - Palin's memoir, "Going Rogue: