Sarah Palin on dumping anti-Trump Sen. Lisa Murkowski: ‘Alaskans are ready for that change’ [VIDEO]

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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, currently seeking her state’s sole U.S. House seat, said she “absolutely” supports a conservative challenge to longtime Alaska incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a liberal, anti-Trump Republican.
Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee, told “Just the News — Not Noise” in an interview on Monday that her state is ready to see “change” in the Senate seat currently held by Murkowski.

Palin said she would support someone such as pro-Trump challenger Kelly Tshibaka to take Murkowski’s seat. Tshibaka and Murkowski are set to face off in Alaska’s GOP Senate primary this August.

“I think Alaskans are ready for that change to send someone to Washington, D.C., in that Senate seat,” Palin told show cohosts John Solomon and Amanda Head.

She said her state needs a senator “who is truly putting the will of the people first, the will of the people in Alaska.”

Alaska needs a legislator who “truly is for energy independence,” she added.

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