Meghan McCain has declined to talk about Sarah Palin in the past -- even as she calls out other controversial female Republicans in her Daily Beast column. But on CNN Wednesday night, the Senator's daughter was asked if she would vote for Palin in 2012 and said she wasn't sure she could:
MARTIN: Let's talk about Governor Sarah Palin. She's still in the news, whether it's her former -- I don't know if it was son-in-law-to-be -- talking and things along those lines.
A lot of folks are saying she should be the choice for 2012. Should she run, and will you support her running for president or for the GOP nomination in 2012?
MCCAIN: I honestly don't think that's a relevant question. I have to find out who is running in 2012, I mean, what -- there's broad personalities that happen. And it's four years from now. A lot of things can happen. A lot of things can change. And I couldn't possibly make a prediction about 2012 right now.
MARTIN: But is she someone who you could conceivably vote for because of what she stands for?
MCCAIN: I don't know. I have to see who else is on the table.
McCain did not elaborate. Her father has been similarly coy. Asked if he would back his former running mate in 2012, John McCain said he wanted to wait and see who else was running.