Sarah Palin divorce reports are untrue, says the ex-governor of Alaska's people
To anyone who was excited about the idea of Sarah Palin being suddenly single: Sorry.
The former Alaska governor has no plans to divorce, insists a Palin spokeswoman, flatly denying Internet reports that the former Republican vice presidential candidate and her husband, Todd, are splitting up.
"Yet again, some so-called journalists have decided to make up a story. There is no truth to the recent 'story' (and story is the correct term for this type of fiction) that the Palins are divorcing," spokeswoman Meg Stapleton posted on Palin's Facebook page Saturday.
"The Palins remain married [and] committed to each other and their family," she said.
Palin has left friends and foes alike wondering what her next step will be, having kept a low profile since she stepped down as governor of the 49th state a week ago.
An appearance at the Reagan Library this week never materialized, and even Palin's usually busy Twitter feed, with nearly 129,000 followers, has been tweet-free since last Sunday.
"Last state twitter. Thank you Alaska!" Palin wrote then. "I love you. God bless Alaska. God bless the U.S.A."