Sarah Palin’s tour of American landmarks on Wednesday pulled up to Ellis and Liberty islands, where the former vice-presidential candidate paid homage to immigrants past but refused to support a bill that would grant citizenship to some children illegally in the country.
Palin’s high-profile visits to historic sites along the East Coast, which kicked off Sunday in Washington, D.C., has fueled speculation of a presidential run.
She admitted Wednesday that over pizza with Donald Trump on Tuesday night, the two talked about the prospect.
However, Palin has been coy about her aspirations.
Palin's next stop is Boston, Politico reported Wednesday.