That's what Ambers and others have reported. Steve Schmidt was not so clear:

All Schmidt would say is Palin and McCain had discussed the pregnancy and considered it to be a private matter. He wouldn't say if they talked about it before McCain picked Palin as his vice presidential nominee. "I answered that question nine times," he said.

They're flying blind.

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