Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin sent tongue-in-cheek good wishes to the retiring evening news anchor who led her and her former running mate, John McCain, to adopt the term "gotcha media."
Just before the 2008 presidential election, CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric conducted a series of interviews which included questions Palin and McCain thought were unfair, including one notorious question about which specific newspapers Palin read daily. Palin told Couric she reads "most of them," then said she reads "all of them."
Couric recently announced she is leaving the anchor chair and hopes to "engage in more multidimensional storytelling."
"I think I read that in a newspaper, one of many newspapers that I read online," Palin, who is a Fox News contributor said in an interview with Greta Van Susteren. "Yes, and I hear that she wants to now engage in more multi-dimensional storytelling, versus, I guess, just the straight-on read into that teleprompter screen storytelling. So more power to her. I wish her well with her multi-dimensional storytelling."
Earlier in the Fox News interview, Palin blasted the Obama administration on gas prices, Libya, Syria and the economy.