Well, folks. It’s never-ending and controversial material when it comes to the former Alaskan governor. You need to check out Sarah Palin’s Newsweek cover. Find out more revealing details here.
Yes, apparently now the former Alaskan governor is on the cover of Newsweek and what people are saying her appearance is a bit racy. Supposedly, Palin’s photo was initially taken for the “Runner’s World” magazine. So what if the 45 year-old looks good!
But what apparently makes Newsweek’s cover so controversial is the headline that reads, “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Sarah? Ha! Well, obviously, Palin can make a statement anywhere.
Lately, the former governor has been promoting her latest book that’s called, “Going Rogue: An American Life” that will answer a lot of her fans’ questions that they have been wanting to know. It will also tell us how she was looked upon as John McCain’s running mate, as well as her family and only grandchild.
She has sat down with “Oprah” as well as “20/20’s” Barbara Walters. The former governor says that certain anonymous staffers for McCain called her names like: diva, whackjob, and a narcissist during the Republican’s run for Presidency. She also expresses that she has taken the brunt of the blame for failure of the Republican campaign. Palin says, “At the end of the day, I know what the truth is.”
You will not want to miss her appearance on “Oprah” that you can see today! Barbara Walters’ interview with the former governor is set to air on November 20th.
I give total props to the former Alaskan governor. Click here to see Sarah Palin’s Newsweek cover.