Palin on Letterman Retirement: Out With the Old

Friday, 04 Apr 2014 12:05 AM

By Greg Richter

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Sarah Palin has no love lost for late night host David Letterman, who announced Thursday he is retiring in 2015.

"Well, that's cool, you know. Out with the old, in with the new," Palin said Thursday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity."

"Maybe he'll start a trend when we talk about politicians who have maybe been there in Washington, D.C., a bit too long. Allow some new blood in there, some new energy, new ideas to get the country back on the right track."

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In June 2009, Letterman made a joke about Palin's daughter having been "knocked up" by New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez when the two attended a Yankees game. He later apologized when it turned out Palin had attended the game with her then-14-year-old daughter Willow, not the older Bristol who had a child out of wedlock.

Letterman apologized, but later admitted the apology wasn't sincere.

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