Campaign and network officials had said on Sunday that her first television interview would be a sit-down with Charles Gibson of ABC’s “World News.”
But it turns out that she is spending much of Thursday and Friday with Gibson — at the ceremony in Fairbanks, Alaska, and at her home in Wasilla, Alaska.
Campaign aides said the anchorman will get extensive, repeated access to Palin throughout her first trip home since becoming the nominee.
“ABC News will have plenty of time to question her and examine her and spend time with her,” a campaign official said. “They’ll do multiple interviews over two days. No topics are off-limits – there are no ground rules. There’s tons of time to talk to her about every topic.”
How refreshing to see a VP candidate that is willing to do this kind of thing. Once again the McCain campaign has allows the democrats to help their cause. The dems, including Biden have been suggesting that McCain and Co. are scared to allow her to do interviews. Well this shines a light on how worried the McCain campaign are.