Gov. Sarah Palin responds to her critics’ attacks. Plus, why she’s blaming President Bush for John McCain’s loss.
She steps into “The Situation Room,” Wednesday, 6 p.m. ET.
Gov. Palin addressed her political future, the clothes controversy, false reports and rumors and more in Monday’s exclusive interview with Greta. I watched the interview and couldn’t quiet understand why she was standing in her kitchen making moose chili in a business suit. Guess her publicist told her it would make her look good. Anyways her choppy answers and lack of eye contact leads one to think she is not telling the truth about certain questions she was asked. In regards to her running in 2012 I guess she has 4 years to cram for the next Presidential exam….
“All anonymous sources,” she said, also diffusing the argument that she overspent on her wardrobe – a path Palin has been down before. Monday night she told FOX News, “I did not order the clothes, did not ask for the clothes. I would have been happy to have worn my own clothes from Day One.”
She confirmed to Lauer today on the TODAY show, however, that she had prepared a speech on election night but was not permitted to deliver it. She said that her words spoke of John McCain as a great American hero. She didn’t identify the aide who nixed the speech. “Somebody said no,” she said. “All I could think of was … even if it was unprecedented, so what?”
Palin: ‘Never any tension’ with McCain
Nov. 11: TODAY’s Matt Lauer talks to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin about the presidential campaign, her pricey wardrobe, and whether her advisers steered her wrong.