Sarah Palin Breaks Her Silence & Responds To McCain Saying He Regrets Picking Her: “Perpetual Gut-Punch”

That’s not what he told me! Sarah Palin says hearing John McCain say he regrets picking her as his running mate in 2008 is a ‘perpetual gut-punch’ and claims he’s told her the opposite.

Sarah Palin being on the ticket has done more for this country than John McCain’s entire service in the Senate.

Does he resent her because the only reason anyone voted for him was because of Sarah Palin?

Update to this story.

Washington Examiner:

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Sarah Palin broke her silence Thursday and said Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., never told her directly that he regrets picking her as his running mate as the 2008 Republican presidential nominee.

However, the former Alaska governor said every time she hears about the reports of his bitterness towards her, it’s “like a perpetual gut-punch.”

“It’s not a real fun thing that part of my job is the requirement – is having to read the news every day,” Palin said in an interview with Daily Mail.

nstead, Palin insisted it is the people around McCain who have changed his mind about her.

“That’s not what Sen. McCain has told me all these years, as he’s apologized to me repeatedly for the people who ran his campaign – some who now staff MSNBC, the newsroom there, which tells you a lot,” she added. “I don’t know unless I heard it from Sen. McCain myself.” More

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