The hosts of the Today Show question the governor about her stance on the current commander-in-chief
In her first interview since endorsing presidential candidate Donald Trump, Sarah Palin was invited on the Today Show this morning to talk about the decision.
While the majority of the interview did circle around Trump, when the interviewers brought up Palin's son, who suffered from PTSD and was arrested for involvement in domestic abuse, the Alaskan governor soon got quite frustrated.
Claiming that the interview would definitely not involve any questions about her son - which the interviews then completely deny - Palin goes on the offensive when defending remarks about Barack Obama being the primary cause of PTSD, a statement that Palin denies ever having made.
The remarks can be heard from 2.53 onwards in the video below.