ABC News’ Kate Snow Reports: After Governor Sarah Palin said it would be “fine” to release her medical records in an interview Wednesday, the McCain-Palin campaign is feeling no sense of urgency about actually releasing any records.
Spokeswoman Maria Comella told ABC News on Thursday: “When medical information related to Governor Palin’s health is ready to be released we will make that information available.”
NBC’s Brian Williams had asked Palin in an interview that aired Wednesday, “Did I hear you just agree to release your medical records?"
Palin replied: "The medical records. So be it. If that will allow some curiosity seekers, perhaps, to have one more thing that they can either check the box off that they can find something to criticize, perhaps, or find something to rest them assured over. Fine. I'm healthy, I'm happy, had five kids. That is going to be in the medical records. Never been seriously ill or hurt. You will see that in the medical records if they're released." Comella declined to give any more information about when the records might be released or whether there were any particular issues holding up their release.