While she neither committed to a presidential run nor ruled one out, Palin did lament that no woman has ever held the presidency.
“We definitely had enough of seeing that -- America has had enough of seeing that -- sign on the Oval Office door saying, 'No Girls Allowed.' I know that,” she said.
Palin has hinted at future presidential runs before, but hasn't sought higher office since the 2008 presidential campaign. She (very publicly) contemplated a run in 2012 before eventually announcing that she wouldn't run.
Palin did indicate Thursday that, regardless of whether she’s a candidate or not, she intends to be part of the 2016 conversation.
“It doesn't have to be myself, but yes ... happy to drive that competition, because competition will make everyone better and produce more and be more candid regarding their solutions they will offer this country," she said. "I am very interested in that competitive process and, again, not necessarily me.”