FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 20, 2009CHICAGO — In a world exclusive, Oprah Winfrey will interview former Alaska governor Sarah Palin for an episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show to air Monday, November 16, 2009. Winfrey and Palin will meet for the very first time on the episode, which will mark Palin’s first interview to discuss her upcoming book,Going Rogue: An American Life and her first-ever appearance on the Oprah show.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin burst onto the national political scene as running mate for Senator John McCain in the 2008 presidential election. Now, following her decision to step down as governor of her home state of Alaska, and on the eve of the release of her first book, Palin will speak first to Oprah in a world exclusive interview.
The Oprah Winfrey Show: Exclusive - Oprah Talks to Sarah Palin airs live on Monday, November 16, 2009 (check local listings).
This is going to be interesting. I wonder which Oprah will show up that day? Will it be Oprah the Obama Shill, who refused to have Palin on her show during the election and who may use this opportunity to try to sink Palin and her book for Obama? Or will it be Business Woman Oprah who is watching her ratings steadily tank? A nice treatment of Sarah Palin might just bring back all those white women who are now tagged as racists for opposing The Won.
As for Sarah Palin, it will be very interesting to see her in action without the shackles of the McCain campaign around her neck. You could tell that some of the things Palin had to say as McCain’s VP candidate did not sound right coming out of her mouth. Without having to align herself with his crazy policy positions, Palin will probably sound more like she did in this interview with Matt Lauer.
Notice how Palin ain’t falling for Lauer’s traps. Even better she calls Lauer “naïve” and then does not back down off the Letterman being a pedophile charge. I suspect given the title of her book, “Going Rogue”, we are going to be see a whole lot more of the Sarah Palin in the Lauer interview. Oprah had better be on her best behavior.
Via: ABC News