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Literally What Is Sarah Palin Even Talking About

"You know what I mean?" No, not really.

In one of her most confusing speeches to date, Sarah Palin gave presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump some advice.

When choosing a running mate, she said this weekend, "I would tell him to find someone who understands who the boss will be, someone who is not running too, someone who he could serve with who he wouldn’t need a taste test, a food taste-tester around him, you know? You know what I mean?"

No, sorry, we actually don't know what you mean.


Our best guess is that the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee was saying that Trump should choose someone he trusts so he won't get poisoned, but honestly, who even knows?

Palin endorsed Trump for president months ago in another address that made very little sense:

"Trump’s candidacy has exposed, not just that tragic — that ramifications of the betrayal of a transformation of our country, but, too, he has exposed the complicity on both sides of the aisle that has enabled it, OK?" she said at the time. 

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