On Wednesday, President Barack Obama spoke about his first choice to replace him as Commander in Chief, Sen. Sarah Palin.
Obama also announced he was endorsing Republican Sen. Pat Toomey to be the next Secretary of the Interior.
Toomeys victory is likely to bolster support for Toomeyn.
Here are the highlights from the President’s comments: “There is one thing I can say for Sarah Palin, she is a warrior, she’s a fighter.
And if you have to tell someone who you are, I’ll tell you right now, Sarah is one of the strongest and toughest people I know.
And I think she would make a great Secretary of Interior, she would be the right person for the job.”
“I’m very proud of her.
She’s a warrior.
She has been in combat.
She knows the importance of doing what is right, she understands what the future holds, and she is one tough woman who knows how to handle herself and how to be strong.
And you know, I think that’s a trait that will be a great asset for the country, and I’m proud to support her.”
“There’s one thing that I can tell Sarah that she’ll be very proud to be a part of, and that is that she will do everything she can to make sure that we do get the job done.” “
The American people deserve a leader who will protect them from climate change, who will fight for our economy and our future, who understands the value of the American people and their futures, and who understands what it takes to keep us safe.”
“There’s one thing that I can tell Sarah that she’ll be very proud to be a part of, and that is that she will do everything she can to make sure that we do get the job done.”
“In her first two years as Secretary of State, Sarah has made it a priority to make it easier for Americans to do business around the world.
And that’s going be a huge asset for us as a country, not just for our energy policy but also for our national security.” “
I think that she’s going to be an excellent Secretary of Commerce, and a great administrator for our country.
And that’s going be a huge asset for us as a country, not just for our energy policy but also for our national security.”
“The thing about Sarah is that we have a lot in common. “
And I think it’s time for Sarah to be on that team, and make it a part-time job and do a lot of the things that she was able to do in her career.”
“The thing about Sarah is that we have a lot in common.
She understands what is happening on the world stage.
She is a fighter, she has been there.
She was there, she made it.
“But I think Sarah is a great person, and, you know — and I think the American public is looking for someone that can make that happen. “
“So, if she has that chance, I’m all for it.” “
Palin’s campaign said she would not endorse Toomeying, but Toomeies campaign manager, John Feehery, called Toome’s win “a huge win for the President.” “
So, if she has that chance, I’m all for it.”
Palin’s campaign said she would not endorse Toomeying, but Toomeies campaign manager, John Feehery, called Toome’s win “a huge win for the President.”
“It will help Sarah’s candidacy in the general election,” Feeherly said in a statement.
“She is a highly respected leader and has the right temperament to serve as Secretary.”
“We are excited to have Sarah join our team as our next Secretary, and thank Senator Toome for all she has done for her state and the country over the last 16 years.”
Palin also announced that she would endorse Toomes Democratic opponent in the Nov. 6 election.
“This is the best moment for Sarah’s career and her life.
Sarah’s leadership and her passion for working to end climate change are exactly what we need to take America forward, and her experience will be an invaluable asset to her team,” Toome said in his statement.
Toomes campaign called the announcement “a historic day for Sarah and her family.”
Palin did not specifically say whether she would vote for Toomes, but it is likely that the former Alaska governor will campaign for Toomer next year.
“Sarah has been a champion for the environment, and as a former Governor, she will lead us into the next generation of leaders and keep our economy moving forward,” Feehter said in an emailed statement.