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Donald Trump Would Love To Add Sarah Palin To His Administration

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Of course he would.

If there's any Republican politician that truly gives Donald Trump a run for his money when it comes to making controversial statements, it's Sarah Palin.

That's why we weren't too surprised on Tuesday when we learned that the GOP Presidential candidate wouldn't say no to eventually adding the former Alaskan Governor to his administration.

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During a recent interview with Mama Grizzly Radio, the Donald only had nice things to say about Bristol Palin's mother, saying:

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The Log Cabin Republicans Were Uninvited From A Major Conservative Summit! And HERE'S How The Gay Rights Supporters Feel About It!

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The Log Cabin Republicans are super upset — and we don't blame them!

The GOP group that supports LGBTQ rights were officially uninvited to June's Western Conservative Summit, a conference in Colorado which gathers some of the most influential minds on the right.

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The awful announcement was made this past Wednesday by summit chairman and institute director John Andrews, who claimed the Log Cabin Republicans "advocate contrary to our agenda and our core beliefs."

He also said:

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Joel McHale Shreds EVERYONE At The White House Correspondents' Dinner! Obama! Rob Ford! The Kardashians! Jessica Simpson! Watch It All HERE!

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Well… someone is off his leash!

Then again, Joel McHale isn't really the type to censor himself!

Tonight's how of the White House Correspondents' Dinner came out of the gate with punch after punch directed towards the President, the media… and duh, The Kardashians!!!

Oh yes, he outed them as Republicans … because they like to screw black people!

Just the tip of the iceberg, people! Just the tip!

Wait till you hear his jokes toward Rob Ford, C-Span, The Tea Party, Bill Clinton, John Boehner, Duck Dynasty, and, our personal favorite, Gov. Chris Christie!

He skewers him for a solid 2 mins; it's glorious!!!

Ch-ch-check out the video (above)!

But here's the joke you'll all be telling your friends in the morning:

"Obama, one of the all time great presidents. Definitely top 50. Please explain that to Jessica Simpson."

Poor Jessica!

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Republicans Retreat From Same-Sex Marriage Fight!

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Republicans Republican't always have it their way! Especially if the Supreme Court has already ruled otherwise!

House leaders from the Republican party announced in a court filing today that it will not continue to try defending statutes that are similar to those in the recently struck down DOMA, which ban federal recognition of same-sex marriages.

Here's an excerpt of what they wrote:

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Mitt Romney's Concession Speech! Watch It HERE!

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He took his sweet, old time, but Mitt Romney finally conceded just after midnight on Wednesday morning.

Barack Obama was named the winner by every major network over an hour earlier, yet the Republicans were left yawning at the Boston headquarters while waiting for Romney's speech. It turns out he only wrote one for a presumed victory, so we imagine it was quite a scramble to act like a gracious loser on live television.

Check out the entire concession speech (above) to hear him thank his wife, Paul Ryan, his supporters and campaign staff before mentioning for a second time that he'll be praying for the winning administration.

He also echoed a previous sentiment by emphasizing the importance of reaching "across the aisle to do the people's work." Since our nation is "at a critical point," he advised leaders not to "risk partisan bickering and political posturing."

We certainly hope politicians take that message to heart.

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