Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and billionaire Donald Trump have been dropping little hints that they are thinking about a 2016 presidential run. On Tuesday’s The O’Reilly Factor, Bill O’Reilly described their possible candidacy as a “reality show.” He added that they would have a hard time being taken seriously by Americans.
Palin took offense at his comments and joined Sean Hannity on his show, Hannity, to discuss the seriousness of the race and how it isn’t a time to be cracking jokes.
“He’s talking about the guests on his show tonight … ‘All these GOP contenders thinking about running for president, like Donald Trump, Sarah Palin … What a reality show that would be. Yuck yuck,’” Palin said.
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“Knowing what the media is going to do, it’s going to take more than a village to beat Hillary,” Palin said. “There needs to be unity, understanding that conservatives have that strike against us right off the bat, that being the media.”
She called the upcoming election a “war,” and one which the left and their media is going to take very seriously; so she’s encouraging the conservatives and the “quasi-right” media to do the same.
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