Former V.P. hopeful and FNC contributor Sarah Palin told “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace that if she didn’t run for president she’d do the best “darn good job” as a reporter.
Well it turns out that Palin, with all her dang, darn, heck, hell no, bull-stuff and you betcha’s earned Wallace his best show ratings ever this past Sunday in his six years hosting the show. She explained the e-mail “issue” involving her husband, Todd, whom she referred to as “Alaska’s first dude,” she re-issued her call for White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel to resign for using the phrase “f–king retarded” and analyzed the GOP presidential field, which included herself.
Wallace interviewed Palin in Nashville, where she was keynoting the National Tea Party Convention.
Nielsen reports show Wallace’s high ratings with 132,000 viewers and a 4.2 Household rating – record-breaking numbers for the show in D.C. In the demographic (25-54), “Fox News Sunday” had 58,000 viewers, beating all three shows — NBC’s “Meet the Press”, CBS’s “Face the Nation” and ABC’s “This Week”.
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