Palin Calls Divorce Report "Made Up"

Former Alaska gov. denies rumors of a split

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    Sarah Palin said rumors that she and the former first dude of Alaska are on the road to splitsville are false.

    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin tells POLITICO that widespread blogosphere reports about a possible divorce from her husband, Todd, are “made up.”

    In a brief telephone interview on Tuesday night, Palin quipped that she loves finding out “what’s goin’ on in my life from the news.”

    “Do you want to talk to Todd?” she teased. “He’s sitting right next to me.” But he didn’t come on the line.

    The former governor and her family were in New York City to visit her publisher, HarperCollins Publishers.

    Palin said her memoir, due out next spring, will convey a “pioneering spirit” and will “inspire those doing battle in their own lives.” She said she and the family had been doing “fun kids’ things” during her trip to Manhattan.

    Palin was eating dinner at Michael’s restaurant with her husband; her adviser, Meg Stapleton; and Washington lawyer Robert Barnett, her book agent.