This past Sunday former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin made an appearance at Southern California’s “Unconventional Political Convention,” Politicon. Most of her time was spent debating Democratic strategist James Carville on whether Donald Trump should be the next president.
“Someone who is going to be loyal to what the boss’s agenda is. That’s going to be real important, too. And someone who had experience, too, again, coming from the private sector, connected to the essential people in this country, and not part of the political establishment that has been part of the problem.”
Palin also defended Trump against the frequent “racist” accusations made against him. Confident that Trump can win the minority vote, Palin cited his long history of employing many people of diverse backgrounds.
Read full story @ (Link: www.westernjournalism.com)