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Palin, Who Was Cited for "Abuse of Power," Says McCain Will End Such Practices In DC

11/13/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

On Saturday, one day after Gov. Sarah Palin was cited by an official state investigation for unethically and unlawfully abusing her power, Sen. John McCain said he would end "abuses [of power]" in Washington as president. In another bout of irony, Palin today echoed McCain:

See as a senator, John has confronted the corrupt ways of Washington. And the wasteful spending. And the abuses of power. As president, he's going to end those once and for all.

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