As of September 7, 2008, ABC News reports:
"Gov. Sarah Palin will sit down with ABC News' Charlie Gibson for her first interview since winning the Republican vice presidential nomination, the network's news division confirmed today."
In retrospect, the article discusses the McCain-Palin campaign's controversial stance, in which...
"Rick Davis, McCain's campaign manager, told Fox News today that Palin wouldn't subject herself to any tough questions from reporters 'until the point in time when she'll be treated with respect and deference'."
The Republican campaign was criticized by the Obama-Biden campaign for not allowing as many interviews with Palin as has been on record with Senator Joe Biden, the Democratic counterpart for Vice Presidential nomination. Recent reports have shown that Biden has taken 80 interviews since his nomination, compared to two by Gov. Palin.