Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol helps her with research work

Washington, Feb 20 (ANI): Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol recently said that she might run for office down the road.

But, for now, she's just helping out her mother, reports the Politico.

When Sarah Palin was interviewed by the head of the Long Island Association during the group's annual meeting, the politician mentioned that she had asked her daughter to do some research for her.

"Last night, I'm in my hotel room, and I have my entourage with me. That would be Bristol, and I'm asking Bristol, you've got to Google some stuff for me, you've got to look up some stats and some figures for me, because it seems like the last couple days, everything that needs to be said, about this very poor and short-sighted budget proposal of our president's that's been presented to the public, everything's already been said," said Palin, according to excerpts of the speech posted by WNYC.

"At least in my world, I certainly understand he's on the wrong track," she added. (ANI)

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