“I’ve said it since the day he made the sacrifice to hit the campaign trail: voters crave the anti-status quo politician,” said Palin, John McCain’s surprise pick for vice-president in 2008, in her introduction, seated alone in a studio that could have been the bridge of the Starship Enterprise.
“They want results. They need someone to fire all the politically correct police. This is a movement.” It was a movement so radical, so inspiring, it moved Palin to speak French. “Everything about Donald Trump’s campaign is … avant garde.”