Sarah Palin on Obama’s presidency coming to an end: “There’s a new sheriff in town”

Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks prior to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's arrival to speak during the opening session of the Western Conservative, Summit Friday, July 1, 2016, in Denver. The summit, which brings together Republicans from across the West, runs through Sunday. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

“Like everyone’s saying, it’s the end of an error. Obama is gone,” former governor of Alaska and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin wrote in her exclusive piece for Breitbart on Tuesday.

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Palin said that she thinks it’s finally time to undo the damage caused by President Obama, who will now be “free to stammer on about fulfilling his promises,” including “astronomically increased debt, a disrespected law enforcement and military community, numerous ticked off allies, newly empowered enemies, erasure of borders, and demographic divisions aplenty.”

The Trump administration, she hopes, will usher in a new movement aimed at draining the swamp — “those hell-bent on obstruction included” as it is “RINO season” — as well as a road to recovery from the last eight years. Her only concern? Obama loyalists.

“We will recover from Obama,” Palin said. “The question is, how soon can we recover from the people who voted for him. Twice.”

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