Sarah Palin told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that she will visit again and next time stay a bit longer, USA Today reported Tuesday.
By Luis F. Perez
Palin, who is among the 2012 GOP presidential primary hopefuls, and her husband, Todd, spent time with Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, at their official residence in Jerusalem.
Palin promised to meet with other Israeli politicians and media on her return trip.
Palin was in Jerusalem after giving a speech in India during the weekend. She took the trip as the battle for the presidential primary is starting to heat up.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty Monday announced that he was forming an exploratory committee for a potential presidential run.
Palin told media in India that it’s time for a woman to be president of the United States. She said there was “still time to deliberate” and that she will make a decision soon whether to run in the 2012 race.