Wait A Damn Minute: Palin and Trump ‘Palling Around’ In NYC … Are They Joining Forces?

These two are scary together. Coincidently, they share the same sentiment towards President Obama – as they both believe the U.S. has become the world’s “laughingstock” under the current administration and both want to get country “back on the right track.” What we’re trying to figure out is where is this “track” she’s been harping about for the past three years and exactly what is “right” about it?

Palin, the former Republican vice presidential nominee, said she and Trump shared similar ideas for improving the U.S. economy, while Trump called Palin a “terrific woman and a terrific friend” who he hoped would seek the GOP presidential nomination.

The meeting, part political parley and part reality TV show, capped the third day of Palin’s bus trip through historic sites along the East Coast. Palin has said she is considering joining the field of Republican candidates vying to challenge President Barack Obama next year.

The multimillionaire criticized China for unfair trade practices and said the U.S. under Obama had become a “laughingstock” to the rest of the world.

Palin apparently heeded those words, saying she and Trump shared a similar world view.

“What do we have in common? Our love for this country, a desire to see our economy put back on the right track,” Palin told reporters after a 15-minute meeting with Trump outside the Trump Tower, where he owns a three-floor penthouse.

“To have a balanced trade arrangement with other countries across this world so Americans can have our jobs, our industries, our manufacturing again. And exploiting responsibly our natural resources. We can do that again if we make good decisions,” Palin said.

Palin added, “We both agree that competition is good and the more folks in that primary, the better.”

This is where the GOP is messing up! Trump and Palin are the only two potential runners, so far, who can stir up people’s curiosity and get the media buzzin’. We hope there is nothing more to this meeting than a quick exchange of words (mostly Obama bashing) because these two together could be dangerous.

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