Saying she has ”the heart of a public servant,” former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin told Newsmax on Tuesday that she may seek public office again.
”I really do want to get back into public service,” Palin said on ”Eric Bolling: The Balance.”
”I believe that my qualification and the foundation that I built, having served on the local and state, and then you know, get on this national platform, international platform, all the experience can be put to good use to serve Americans.
”Most importantly, though, besides strong work ethic that I have and a lot of common sense, is I do have a public servant’s heart. I know that. That’s what I’m wired to do. I want to do it and I hope for the opportunity.,” she said.
Palin entered politics in 1992, serving on the Wasilla City Council, and then as mayor of that Alaska city, according to Biography.com.
In 2002, she lost the Republican nomination to run for lieutenant governor by less than 2,000 votes but returned to win the state’s governorship in 2006.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., took Palin on as his vice presidential candidate in 2008, but the pair lost to Barack Obama and his running mate, Joe Biden.
Palin, 57, said that both Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris get failing grades a year into their administration for their performance on issues including inflation, immigration, and foreign affairs. Continue reading at Newsmax.
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