PELLA, Iowa — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she's still thinking about whether to run for president and is dismissing comments from her daughter that she's made up her mind.
Palin spoke with reporters Tuesday in the small Iowa town of Pella, where she and her husband are attending the first public screening of a film about her rise in politics called "The Undefeated."
A throng of supporters chanted her name and urged her to run for president outside the Pella Opera House, where roughly 350 people packed the theater.
Her daughter, Bristol, said during a television interview earlier Tuesday that her mother had made up her mind.
But Palin says that's inaccurate. She says deciding to run for president is a "tough decision" and she's not ready to announce her intentions.
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