Levi Johnson, 19, the father of Bristol Palin's child, said on the Today Show Monday that he's "not surprised" by Alaska Governor Sarah Palin decision to resign and that he thinks she's doing it for money and fame. Johnson said Palin "talked about how nice it would be to take some of this money and run with it." Would he vote for her for President? "After what she had done now, quit in Alaska," he said, "I really don't think I would go for her if she ran for President." (Photo: WENN)

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