Palin Says Trump Meeting With Paul Ryan Makes Her SICK

For the already outspoken Trump surrogate Sarah Palin, the gloves today truly came off.

According to The Washington Times, Donald Trump met with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other members of the Republican establishment in Washington, D.C. today in an attempt to bring unity to the party. In a joint statement, Trump and Ryan said they made "positive steps" toward finding common ground and working together in the future.

But Palin wrote on her Facebook page that the meeting "Makes me ill."


She launched into a tirade against the House speaker, writing, "Anticipate Ryan, after following crucifiers of our conservative frontrunner and all of his early supporters, to now position himself as the leader of those politico wussies to the cool kids' table."

She continued her attack on the whole Republican establishment, saying, "The holier-than-thou GOPe that sees elections as merely a money-making business has stomped all over We the People for the last time. They got us into the mess we're in with their failed, capitulating agenda that's gone along with Obama's fundamental transformation of America that includes devastating debt increase, deadly open borders, failed foreign nation building, exporting jobs, dividing the country, and quashing American exceptionalism... while laughing all the way to their personal bank accounts."

Is she making good points?

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