Palin calls the Republican Party a bunch of "snakes." She's mad they sold her out (VIDEO)
Sarah Palin is finally speaking out about not being invited to John McCain's memorial service, which took place last August.
“I was kind of surprised to be publicly dis-invited to the funeral,” she said, calling it an “unnecessary step." She said that they “didn’t have to embarrass me and embarrass others.”
Palin thought she would be allowed to go, given the fact that she was McCain's Vice-Presidential pick, and all.
"Oh, and it wasn't just me! There were other good people back in our campaign back in 2008 who were very, very loyal to Senator McCain and worked for him for many years and they weren't invited to the funeral. So that was all weird. I hope that doesn't happen to other people. It's all unnecessary. It's kind of a gut punch."
She was also asked how the whole experience was for her back in 2008, saying she was "attacked" while running as the first VP woman on a Republican ticket.
"There are so many snakes in the Republican Party....I was a scapegoat." She repeated the line again: "There's still a lot of snakes in the Republicans Party and politics in general."
She says that she would take the running mate spot again "in a heartbeat."
You can watch the full interview with Good Morning Britain below: