Sarah Palin on Katie Couric: 'Badgering,' with a 'partisan agenda'
During last year's election, Sarah Palin did a series of interviews with Katie Couric. The interviews were largely regarded as disastrous for the McCain-Palin campaign, as they showed Palin to be an ill-informed, unsuitable candidate for the office of the Vice President.
In "Going Rogue,"(via the Associated Press) Palin fires back at Couric, labeling her interview style as "badgering" and saying that Couric came into the interview with a "partisan agenda." She claims that Couric and CBS left out her more substantive moments and went easier on Democratic candidate for Vice President Joe Biden.
Couric isn't the only news anchor Palin takes a shot at. She also says ABC's Charles Gibson "peered skeptically" at her like a disapproving principal and seemed "bored" with substantive issues from her time as Governor of Alaska.
Do you think Katie Couric was too hard on Sarah Palin? Judge for yourself by watching the video below.
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For our money, we'd rather watch Amy Poehler and Tina Fey's version of the interview.
As far as "Going Rogue" is concerned... it's release is the same day Heather Locklear is back on "Melrose Place." Guess which one we care more about?
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