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‘You look so great’! So beautiful!: Sarah Palin sends giddy note to singer Adele who mentioned her in an interview

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Former GOP vice presidential candidate and half-time Alaska governor Sarah Palin wrote a fawning letter to superstar vocalist Adele, in response to the singer’s crediting her chance booking to sing on sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live in 2008 the same night Palin was a guest.

The note made winking references to Adele’s song titles.

“Adele, You look so great!” Palin wrote, according to People Magazine. “So beautiful! So … Rumor Has It you recently threw me some credit for your amazing success – very kind coming from Someone Like You! Congrats on motherhood. Keep Setting Fire to the Rain. Love your fan… Sarah Palin.”

Palin posted the note to her Facebook page while also hawking her new book, Sweet Freedom.

“Dashed off a quick response to Adele’s recent comments while rushing through the airport in Charlotte, NC on the way to another ‪#‎sweetfreedom‬ book signing,” Palin wrote.

In an interview with BBC One, the power singer said she believes her success was due to her chance scheduling on SNL with Palin, who in 2008 was a highly-controversial pick for GOP candidate John McCain’s running mate.

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“The week I was doing Saturday Night Live, it was meant to be a normal week but the week after, Sarah Palin was supposed to do it,” Palin told the British station. “”Because something came up in the campaign, she came and did the week I was doing it with Josh Brolin. So it was one of the most watched SNLs ever, and then it was two weeks before the Grammy ballot, which is when people decide what songs they want to maybe nominate, so, like, literally the stars aligned for me.”

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‘Quit trying to make Jared happen’: Ivanka ripped for praising her husband’s DOA peace plan for the Middle East

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First daughter and senior White House advisor Ivanka Trump was mercilessly ridiculed on Tuesday after praising the so-called "peace plan" for the Middle East created by her husband, Jared Kushner.

The couple, known as Javanka, have been highly criticized for having had no government experience prior to joining the administration and needing presidential intervention after being unable to obtain security clearances.

Ivanka tweeted a quote from her husband at the "Peace to Prosperity workshop today in Bahrain" and urged her Twitter followers to watch his full speech.

Kushner's plan was rejected by the Palestinians before even being released.

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The Navy accidentally nominated a convicted child sex predator to be a future department head

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On Tuesday, the Navy Times reported that Lt. j.g. Michael D. McNeil was nominated, along with several other junior service officers, as eligible to be a future department head by the Navy Personnel Command.

This would be somewhat surprising, given that McNeil is currently serving a 10-year sentence in federal prison in Texarkana, Texas, for soliciting sex from a 12-year-old deaf girl.

The reason why McNeil was listed as under consideration is that the Navy had not yet updated his records with the "civil action report" noting his conviction, which was handed down in March. Navy records still listed him as active duty and assigned to the guided-missile destroyer Lassen when the list was drafted.

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Texas Republican denies trying to cleanse internet of references to the time she allegedly kidnapped a puppy

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The legal counsel for the Bexar County Republican Party in Texas is denying attempting to force Google to hide articles from her past.

"Google has received six requests to remove links to newspaper columns about Lynette Boggs-Perez, a recently elected Judson ISD trustee whose political career in Nevada was dogged by scandal before she moved to Texas," the San Antonio Express News reported, via Reason.

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