Michael A. Memoli
Los Angeles Times
November 24, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
As speculation over a potential presidential run by Sarah Palin grows more intense, the former vice presidential nominee of the Republican Party lately finds herself dealing with a surprising case of friendly fire.
In the latest example, Palin is spinning a perceived slight by former First Lady Barbara Bush as another example of “elites” taking sides against her.
In an interview with CNN’s Larry King, Bush was asked about her view of the former Alaska governor.
“I sat next to her once, thought she was beautiful, and I think she’s very happy in Alaska. And I hope she’ll stay there,” she said.