Sarah Palin's Confused About Where The White House Is
Although 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue may be the most famous address in the country, that doesn't mean everyone remembers it.
At the Value Voters Summit today in Washington, D.C, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who was the Republican nominee for vice president in 2008, mistakenly referred to the White House as being located at "1400 Pennsylvania Avenue."
"Don't retreat. You reload with truth, which I know is an endangered species at 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, anyway truth," Palin said. "The media's favorite president. He just can't stop telling lies."
It doesn't appear that a 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue NW actually exists-but the closest thing is the Willard Hotel, which is located at 1401 Pennsylvania Ave NW.
At one point in the speech, Palin also gave President Obama a salute with a Styrofoam cup, playing off the president's "latte salute" to Marines as he walked off Marine One earlier this week.
"Our honored military when we talk about these nationals security issues, our honored military. On behalf of all Americans who do support you and we honor you. We respect you. On behalf of all Americans who feel like I do, to your commander in chief, well we then will salute him," Palin said as she pulled out a Styrofoam cup and waved it in the air. "Still hasn't learned how to salute our Marines."