During Sarah Palin's interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News Wednesday night, Hannity asked her what she reads regularly.
Without blinking an eye, the former governor of Alaska first identified Newsmax as one of her major news sources.
Hannity's question was an obvious reference to the now-infamous question CBS anchor Katie Couric asked during the presidential race. Couric asked Palin what she read for news, and the GOP vice-presidential candidate gave a vague answer that angered many in the media elite.
But she had no reservations in answering Fox's top-rated Hannity.
"I read Newsmax and the Frontiersman and Wall Street Journal and everything online," Palin responded forcefully. "I absorb the news via many, many sources."
Hannity then said jokingly, "You could have plugged Hannity.com, but we'll let that go."
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It's not the first time the GOP phenom has singled out Newsmax for praise.
In an exclusive interview with Newsmax on Tuesday, she offered more praise.
"Let me start off by thanking you [Newsmax] so much for your daily updates,” Palin said. “If it weren't for Newsmax, there'd be a lot of us wondering what the heck was going on that day. . . it is very valuable, very helpful, and I appreciate all that you guys are doing to get a good message out there."
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