|A nervous Donald can only smile as Palin rattles on about nothing|
Palin told the small crowd of mostly older leering men, "I'm back, and I'm ready to polish Donald's saddle horn if that's what he wants! Its not easy running for the most important job in the state of Washington D.C." Trump tried to correct her about Washington D.C., but was unable to get a word in edgewise. He could only smile and nod as Palin continued.
"I've been waiting for someone to take on the role of stud," she said cracking her trademark smile. "Everyone knows we need a stud in the White House, one that ain't afraid of light weights like, you know, that Fox reporter, Megyn Kelly! I mean, what is her story anyway? Was she on the rag or what? And further more did you know I can see the moon from my bedroom window?" She continued with her stumping another fifteen minutes, talking about a wide range of topics, some that got some of the men hooting and hollering.
Trump finally whispered something in her ear and her mouth closed long enough for him to bring the endorsement proceedings to a close.
The jury is still out on how much good this endorsement will do Trump. Time will tell.