Palin: Better a tough president than a winner at Trivial Pursuit

Palin: Better a tough president than a winner at Trivial Pursuit

[Ed. – And you all know whom she’s referring to.  (Mr. “Hamas might just be the new Hezbollah, but I’m not going to discuss that with you.”]

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin offered her thoughts on the controversy over Republican front-runner Donald Trump being stumped on foreign policy “gotcha” questions from radio host Hugh Hewitt, saying she would rather have a “tough” president than one who could “win a game of trivial pursuit.”

Palin said:

I think I would rather have a president who is tough and puts America first than win a game of trivial pursuit. I don’t know if other candidates were posed the same question, I don’t know if they have the answers. I don’t think the public gives a flying flip if somebody knows who, today, is a specific leader of a specific region because that will change. …

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