"This process is a really good vetting process and the country needs it," she said. "I'm not going to officially endorse anyone today, but I think the voters will decide."

The Hill noticed that fake Palin's voice seemed a bit more guttural than usual, despite having the perfect inflection and Alaska accent that Palin is known for, and asked if she was feeling under the weather.

"I have a little cold. It's cold in D.C. We're not used to that in Alaska," she said with a characteristic Palin wink.

The impersonator ended the interview by handing reporters her business card: Patti Lyons — The World's Premier Sarah Palin Impressionist.