In October, GOP front-runner Donald Trump got a surprise endorsement from infamous boxer Mike Tyson. "He should be president of the United States," Tyson told the Huffington Post. "Hell yeah, big time!" Tyson said he liked Trump's business instincts: "The guy is winning fair and square, he's not bribing anybody."
Trump and Tyson are old friends who did business together in the late 1980s, when the real estate mogul promoted and hosted several of Tyson's fights at his Atlantic City casinos and even fashioned himself for a time as the boxer's "business adviser." And in a largely forgotten episode, Trump came to the boxer's aid during one the darkest moments of Tyson's career—his 1992 conviction for raping a beauty queen. To save the champ from being locked up, Trump pitched a highly controversial proposal that would have essentially allowed Tyson to buy his way out of prison. To some observers, it looked like Trump was engaging in a form of bribery—or at least attempting to rig the system.
Oh yeah Hillary Clinton is going to have MOUNTAINS of opposition research to use against this misogynist asshole in November.
And how ironic is it that just yesterday Nancy French was bringing up Mike Tyson's name as an example of the kind of jerk who said sexist things about Bristol's mom?
I would ask if knowing this changes Palin's opinion of her presidential choice, but let's face it if hypocrisy were cheesecake she would weigh 500 pounds.