WASILLA, Alaska (The Adobo Chroniclers, San Francisco Bureau) – Canadians can now relax. Former VP candidate Sarah Palin will not be the U.S. Ambassador to Canada after all.
It was heavily rumored that Palin was under consideration by President Trump to fill the coveted top diplomatic position north of the U.S. border.
It turns out that Palin had respectfully declined the impending nomination.
Instead, the former governor of Alaska asked Trump to appoint her as ambassador to Russia.
“I do not even have to be in Russia to be ambassador,” Palin said, “I can see Russia from my backyard.”
“It will save the U.S. government a lot of money if I held office from my home in Alaska,” she concluded.