Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has endorsed Donald Trump's call for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S., claiming the Republican presidential front-runner is "committed to clobbering the bad guys, and putting the good guys first."

"Trump's temporary ban proposal is in the context of doing all we can to force the Feds to acknowledge their lack of strategy to deal with terrorism," Palin, the 2008 GOP candidate for vice president, wrote in a long-winded post on Facebook Wednesday.

Unlike dozens of Republican leaders who have questioned the constitutionality of the proposal and accused Trump of being "bigoted," Palin claims it's a "commonsense" measure that further demonstrates the billionaire's "courage."

"A bold, non-politician candidate calls for a pause in this flawed bureaucratic program so it can be fixed, to make sure it doesn't happen again. That's common sense, which is why the media and spineless pundits attack it," she wrote.

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