Palin points to U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump as she speaks after endorsing him for President at a rally at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa

Palin's endorsement fails to excite Trump rallygoers

Palin points to U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump as she speaks after endorsing him for President at a rally at Iowa State University in Ames, IowaBy Emily Flitter NORWALK, Iowa (Reuters) – When it comes to influencing the 2016 U.S. presidential race, Sarah Palin’s star power is turning out to be dimmer than expected. There was no ecstasy in the crowd when the former Alaska governor and vice presidential nominee endorsed Republican front-runner Donald Trump at a rally in Ames, Iowa, on Tuesday night. Estes said her Pentecostal Christian faith made her feel aligned with Palin, but it did not make her feel any more strongly about Trump.

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