Paris Hilton outlines what the White House would be like if she were president and doles out a little advice to Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, in an interview with Harper's Bazaar.
"My advice to Sarah Palin is, you’ve got a hot bod; don’t keep it to yourself," the socialite tells the magazine. "Why wear a pantsuit when you can wear a swimsuit? Welcome to the Lower 48, girlfriend."
Hilton threw herself into the political arena in August when she released a Web video to get even with Republican presidential nominee John McCain for using her image in an ad mocking Barack Obama as an international celebrity.
In the video, she launched her "fake" presidential campaign, and followed it up Wednesday with another video, in which she solicited advice from actor Martin Sheen, who played the president on the television show "The West Wing."
The hotel heiress told Harper's Bazaar that a Hilton presidency would have a closet instead of a cabinet, filled with "all styles of advisers, like Michael Kors, Kanye West, Diane von Furstenberg, Naughty by Nature, Stephen Hawking, Madonna, Karl Lagerfeld, and, of course, Tinkerbell [her dog]."
When it comes to her foreign-policy platform, she would make America "a proactive, not reactive, superpower that will use diplomacy and incentives to head off trouble in unstable regions before they unravel out of control."
Following up with some humor, she added, "I will also be wearing platform shoes when I meet with foreign dignitaries to accentuate my well-toned calves."
In a show of support for the American workforce, Hilton told Harper's Bazaar her presidential style would include her wearing "only American designers: Calvin Klein between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Donna Karan the rest of the year. Unless I wake up and the day is screaming for me to put on a bikini for my fellow Americans. Country first."