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Palin says she is ready to assume presidency

ABC News anchor Charlie Gibson with vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin yesterday in Fairbanks, Alaska. ''I thought, 'Yes,' right off the bat'' when asked to join the ticket, she said, ABC News anchor Charlie Gibson with vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin yesterday in Fairbanks, Alaska. ''I thought, 'Yes,' right off the bat'' when asked to join the ticket, she said, (Donna Svennik/abc)
By Michael Kranish and Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / September 12, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said yesterday that she had no hesitation about becoming John McCain's running mate, confident that she has the experience in world affairs to take over the presidency despite acknowledging that she has never met a foreign head of state. (Full article: 1031 words)

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