Sarah Palin hailed the resignation of Paul Manafort as Donald Trump's campaign chairman Friday, tossing along some emoji-inspired shade in the direction of Manafort.
"Good for Trump; the WIMPY thing for a boss to do is NOT can someone when it just isn't working out. It's all about accountability," Palin tweeted, subsequently including emojis for the flags of the Russian Federation and the United States.
"It's all about accountability."
Yes and as we know Palin was so into accountability that she quit her job before anybody could hold HER accountable for the things she did while Governor of Alaska.
It looks like somebody is still kissing orange ass in the hopes that even though he stopped returning her calls that somewhere down the line is job for Palin with the Trump cable news company that many people believe is his endgame:
Trump is indeed considering creating his own media business, built on the audience that has supported him thus far in his bid to become the next president of the United States. According to several people briefed on the discussions, the presumptive Republican nominee is examining the opportunity presented by the “audience” currently supporting him. He has also discussed the possibility of launching a “mini-media conglomerate” outside of his existing TV-production business, Trump Productions LLC. He has, according to one of these people, enlisted the consultation of his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who owns the The New York Observer. Trump’s rationale, according to this person, is that, “win or lose, we are onto something here. We’ve triggered a base of the population that hasn’t had a voice in a long time.”
He'll probably hire Roger Ailes to run it so that Palin can finally get that sexual harassment that she seems to have missed her first time around.