Sarah Palin: I'd Like To Be Chief Of Staff
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin answered questions from People magazine readers this week as part of her book tour. Asked if she could "have one job in the White House tomorrow, what would it be," Palin responded that she would like to take over from Rahm Emanuel.
"It would be chief of staff, so I could start appointing people who would recognize those things that America needs to get our economy back on the right track and to secure our nation," she said.
Palin also discussed her daughter Bristol, the television show 30 Rock and her decision to resign.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Newsmax on Tuesday, Palin did not rule out a 2012 ticket featuring herself and Glenn Beck.