The 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee said Thursday on Twitter that Mr. Obama has "no time" to visit the U.S.-Mexico border yet can chat on the ABC daytime talk show.
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She says she plans to visit to what she calls the "porous" border "in the near future." She wasn't specific.
A White House spokesman didn't immediately offer comment.
The administration has taken steps to address the border security issue, including Mr. Obama's decision that will send 1,200 National Guard troops to the region this weekend.
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Palin has taken shots at Mr. Obama before, including over his handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and what she called his lack of executive experience before assuming the presidency.