Bristol Palin has admitted that she will “probably” run for office one day, but “that would be further down the road” for the ex-vice presidential candidate’s daughter.
In an E! News interview in her new home in Arizona, the “Dancing With the Stars” runner-up said, “If I saw something that needed to be changed, then I would step up to the plate and do something about it.”
For now the 20-year-old plans to work at a local radio station and look after her two-year-old son Tripp, as well as penning her memoirs in between.
Speaking about her mother’s potential as president Palin said, “I think she would be a wonderful president, and I still think that she should run. She's just so common-sense conservative.
“She brings a whole other aspect to politics because she's a mom, because she runs a household, and I just think she's really smart.”
In the interview Palin admitted she doesn’t have many friends in Arizona but that she had been offered a job at a local radio station.
“We are in the works with them,” she said.
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