Remember Sarah Palin? This is what she's done.

Obama won the 2008 election and served two terms. After that, what happened to Palin?

Palin resigned as governor in July 2009 after returning to Alaska. She called herself "not a quitter, but a warrior" in response to criticism.

Palin has stayed engaged in conservative politics and media. From performing in "The Masked Singer" to starring in "Sarah Palin's Alaska" on TLC.

Fox News often features the former Alaska governor. She coined the term "death panels" to describe ObamaCare's committees that would decide whether to treat sick or elderly people.


The Alaska politician spoke for the Tea Party Movement, a hardline Republican movement. She declared the movement "the future of politics in America" during a rally.

‘Going Rogue: An American Life', the former VP candidate's autobiography, sold over a million copies in its first weeks. She's released several books since then.

Before Donald Trump became president, Alaska governor Sarah Palin pioneered a new form of US politics.


In 2006, Palin became Alaska's first female governor.

Palin's 2008 US Presidential Election running mate selection stunned many political pundits.

The Republican Party may have anticipated the young, accessible Alaskan would energize McCain's presidential campaign and bring it closer to voters. Maybe they got more?

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