As we reported, Republican U.S. senate candidate Christine O’Donnell made her first national TV appearance last night since canceling on the Sunday shows last weekend. O’Donnell was a guest on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” where she told host Sean Hannity that the appearance would be her last for any national media outlet:
O’Donnell says she is taking advice from former Alaska governor and FNC contributor Sarah Palin, who advised her to stick with the local media in Delaware.
Of course, O’Donnell will be making at least one more national media appearance, on CNN:
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