"It is agonizing to get something wrong, but as soon as our editors become aware of the error, they corrected it," the statement said.After the craziness of the Trump campaign to date amid his outrageous comments about Mexicans, Muslims, women and anyone else he fancies insulting that particular day, his advisers must have sat down at meeting and concluded: “You know what we need to make Donald win? And thus we, the unsuspecting people of the free world whom Trump wants to lead, were presented with the sight – and sound – of Sarah Palin, the former Governor of Alaska and the darling of the Right-wing Tea Party, calling for a Hallelujah for Trump.A bit more crazy.” So the billionaire business mogul and TV star took a strategic decision to boost his campaign among the primary voters of Iowa by finding someone to endorse him who can make him look sane by comparison. In the dulcet tones of a screaming banshee on acid, Palin screeched out her endorsement as Trump looked on.Dakota Meyer has finally spoken out following the news that his ex-fiancee, Bristol Palin, is pregnant. PHOTOS: Celebrity baby announcements "Within the past 24 hours there have been three terrorist style attacks across the world," Meyer, 27, wrote. Another incident in Tunisia with 28 people lost in an assault on a west tourist, mostly British.He wrote Saturday: "Packing up and heading out for a mini vacation with friends.
In college, Palin was known as a wild child who attended five schools in six years."I know this has been, and will be, a huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you." (The conservative star is already mom to son Tripp, 6, whom she had with ex-fiance Levi Johnston.) PHOTOS: Bristol's DWTS past Palin has stayed quiet since sharing the news.Meyer, meanwhile, is celebrating his 27th birthday this weekend.A favorite photo of her from her college days showed a young woman on a bed in a college dorm room wearing a t-shirt that said: “I may be flat broke but I’m not flat busted.” After marriage, she also reportedly embarked on a six-month affair with Palin’s partner in a snowmobile business and news of his wife’s amorous activities led an angry husband to dissolve the partnership.
Some close to Palin claim that while the one-time vice presidential candidate who became a political joke likes to spend time in bed with a variety of men, those who now sample her favors do not include husband Todd.The subpoenas target 23 journalists at the Times, a list that includes editorial page editor James Bennet and columnists such as Charles Blow and Ross Douthat.