Politics & Policy

Palin to Meet with Trump

Sarah Palin will reportedly meet with Donald Trump tonight for a tour of his high-rise mansion and a humble dinner:

Palin’s office reached out to meet with Trump, not the other way around, Michael Cohen, special counsel at the Trump organization told ABC News.

The two plan to meet in his 30,000-square-foot apartment in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and later plan to eat dinner together.

Sources say the restaurant will be low-key, not one of New York’s more upscale dining establishments. “One step above McDonald’s,” Cohen said.

More at ABC.

UPDATE: via Kate Trinko:

Sarah Palin just arrived at Trump Tower. The governor warmly greeted some people waiting to see her before her meeting with Donald trump.

Asked by National Review Online what she though of Trumps donations to democrats, palin cheerfully rejoined “I think I’ll go change his mind right now and make sure he’s contributing to constitutional conservatives.”

Daniel Foster — Daniel Foster has been news editor of National Review Online since 2009, and was a web site editor until 2012. His work has appeared in The American Spectator, The American ...

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