Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC) appeared on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday morning, talking about labor fights, a government shutdown and the 2012 presidential election.
About the economy, Haley said President Barack Obama needed to work more with Republicans to prevent a government shutdown, not the other way around. She also said the President needs to work with Republicans to make meaningful cuts to the national budget.
ABC moderator Jake Tapper also asked Haley about the 2012 elections and whether she would support Sarah Palin if she ran, since Palin endorsed her during the governor's race last year.
"I have not in any way endorsed [or] planned on endorsing anyone at this time," Haley answered. "I want all of the candidates to come to South Carolina. I want the people of South Carolina to get to see them the way I know them. I want them to campaign hard. When the right time comes, I will endorse, but there is no one that I feel like I owe at this time."
She also said she supports Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) in his efforts to weaken unions and take away collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin. Walker had said it's essential to getting the state's finances under control, and Haley agreed, saying it's what was needed in that state to trim the budget.