Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says being Mitt Romney's running mate is not her ambition, and it's just not going to happen.
Rice revealed she wasn't interested in being a vice presidential candidate when she spoke on CBS This Morning on Tuesday.
I didn't run for student council president. I don't see myself in any way in elective office, she said. I love policy. I'm not particularly fond of politics. Gov. Romney is going to make a great choice for vice president. He's got terrific judgment.
Asked if she would turn down Romney if he called her for the position, Rice added, I am saying there is no way that I will do this because it's really not me.
There are many people who will do it very, very well and I will support the ticket, she said. That's a 'It's not going to happen' and 'No.'
Rice was back in the political spotlight Monday, when she headlined a fundraiser in the nations' capital. The event was to raise money for Republican female politicians.
Rice is currently a professor at Stanford University in California.