Her support among Republicans has shrunk. She's kept an unusually low profile. And there's no evidence that she's anywhere close to announcing whether she will run for president. But it's clear she still necessities to be part of the conversation.
After weeks of seemingly staying on the sidelines, the GOP's 2008 vice presidential nominee is back with public appearance, fiery criticism of President Barack Obama and a physically powerful defense of Donald Trump, the reality TV show congregation who has raised questions about the president's background without offering any proof of his assertions.