Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump confirmed there would be a place for former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in his White House, if he wins the presidency in 2016 (video below).
Trump made his comments on July 27 on the Internet radio show "The Palin Update," notes RightWingWatch.org.
Trump claimed that Palin is “tough and smart," but didn't mention that she resigned before her term as governor of Alaska was complete.
"The Palin Update" host Kevin Scholla asked Trump if he would ever call Palin for advice and if there would be a place for the former Fox News commentator in an official capacity.
"I mean, I’d love that. Because she really is somebody that knows what’s happening and she’s a special person, she’s really a special person and I think people know that. And she's got a following that is unbelievable. I still have people saying, 'Oh, get Sarah's support, get Sarah's support!'
"No matter where I go, everybody loves her, and she's got a tremendous, like me, she's got some people who don't exactly love us, and we understand who they are and you sort of forget about that, but she has a tremendously loyal group of people out there for her and I think now maybe more so than ever.
"You know, I'm looking at some of these candidates, they're weak, they're ineffective to a degree that’s actually almost hard to believe. And you know they like the Sarah-Palin-kind-of-strength, you just don’t see very much of it anymore."
Palin's pay website, the Sarah Palin Channel, came to an end earlier this month, reported Variety.