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Palin Says Fox Deal Wouldn't Keep Her From Running in 2012

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During Sarah Palin's debut week on the Fox News Channel, where she now works as a contributor, she dismissed speculation that accepting the television job means she will not run for president in 2012.

"You know, I'm not going to close any doors for my future, for my family's future -- don't know what's in the future, what it holds, but between now and whenever a big decision has to be made, I'm gonna do all that I can to help our country get back on the right track, and that's to get a message out there about solutions that I believe and a whole lot of Americans believe need to be plugged in," Palin said.

On Fox's "The O'Reilly Factor," Glenn Beck discussed Palin's debut by saying she was the "most guarded woman I have ever seen in my life. I've never met anybody with shields up more than Sarah Palin."

"I've decided that Sarah Palin cannot be president of the United States until she can eviscerate somebody like you," Beck told Bill O'Reilly. "She's playing defense right now, and I'm not convinced she wants to be president."
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