Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Sarah Palin falls in on Donald Trump during US tour

Sarah Palin has taken time out of her US tour to participate in a bit of reciprocal admiration with property magnate Donald Trump.

The pair replaced praising words after a brief meeting at the real estate magnate's penthouse in a Manhattan skyscraper bearing his name before heading out for pizza. Mrs. Palin, the past Republican vice presidential candidate, said she and Trump collective same ideas for growing the US economy, while Trump entitled Palin a "marvelous woman and a terrific friend" whom he wished would try to find the Republican presidential recommendation.

Their 15-minute get-together, part political discussion and part reality TV show, restricted the third day of Mrs. Palin's bus trip through historic areas along the East Coast. The former governor of Alaska has said she is thinking joining the ground of Republican contenders competing to challenge President Barack Obama next year.

Trump, the multimillionaire host of the reality show Celebrity Apprentice who thought a presidential offer himself before dropping out of the running previous this month, has condemned China for unjust trade ways and said the US under Mr. Obama had become a "smiling reserves" to the remaining world. Mrs. Palin evidently contented, saying she and Trump shared a similar world view.

She said outside the Trump Tower, where he owns a three-floor penthouse, we both have common views and want to see our country to return on the right path. To have a balanced business understanding with other nations across this world so Americans can have our employments, our industries, our manufacturing again and using sensibly our natural resources. We can do that again if we take right decisions.

Trump raised objections when inquired if he would support a Palin presidential candidacy. Trump said, she didn't ask me for that. She came up as friends. She's a great woman. Mrs. Palin further said "We both consent that challenge is good and the more folks in that crucial, the better."

After the meeting, Trump and his wife, Melania, traveled in a distend limousine with Mrs Palin, her parents and youngest daughter Piper to have dinner at a pizza restaurant in Times Square. Their meeting limited the third day of Mrs. Palin's bus tour through historic sites along the east Coast of the United States.
Several viewers have concluded that the objective of the trip is clearly to set her profile as an author and paid speaker.
She has played cat and mouse game with media attempting to pursue her on the trip, denying  to hand out agenda and sneaking out to observe Gettysburg while her official tour bus was left behind.

Previous in the day Palin, her husband, Todd, and different family members visited sites in Pennsylvania, including the Gettysburg Civil War battle ground and Philadelphia's Independence Hall.

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