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Have no fear! Sarah Palin is here!

Amid growing skepticism among Democrats that Russia interfered with the results of the presidential election through hacking, the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate took a jab at the "defeated" party.

She tweeted Sunday that she could "keep an eye on" Russia, given the close proximity of her state to the country.

Appearing on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace, President-elect Donald Trump said he did not believe the CIA's recent determination that Russia interfered with the election.

He tweeted Monday that "it would be called a conspiracy theory" if the election results were reversed and the Republicans called out Russia for possible hacking.

Palin's tweet is a reference to her September 2008 interview with ABC, when she called Russia Alaska's "next-door neighbors."

"You can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska," she said.

Two days later, actress Tina Fey famously spoofed that line on "Saturday Night Live" while portraying Palin, saying "I can see Russia from my house" as her stance on foreign policy.

The line became so popular that it was falsely attributed to Palin herself.

Be to sure to check out the above clip.


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