It may only be March 2019, but the list of Democratic Presidential nominees running for the 2020 primaries is already starting to fill out. Sen. Bernie Sanders is running once again, joined by fellow Progressive Sen. Elizabeth Warren. There are also newcomers on the scene like Sen. Cory Booker and Sen. Kamala Harris. However, there is one name that is noticeably absent: Hillary Clinton.

Coming via USA Today, Clinton has doubled down that she won’t be running for President once again in 2020. She broke this on News 12, a regional New York cable news network, saying Monday “I’m not going anywhere.”

Of course Clinton ran in 2016 against Donald Trump, losing a tight and contentious campaign in similar fashion to Al Gore’s loss to George W. Bush in 2000. Since then, she has been one of President Trump’s most outspoken critics.

Clinton's comments come on the heels of reports that she hadn’t closed the door on running, one of the most recent coming from CNN’s Jeff Zeleny. In January, Zeleny reported that the former First Lady was “telling people that she's not closing the doors to the idea of running in 2020."

Clinton has also expressed a sense of being robbed of the Oval Office because of several other factors, not just Trump. She has expressed frustrations over 2016 being aimed at James Comey, Vladimir Putin, the media, sexism, and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

But while speculation will likely still exist about a possible announcement for 2020, former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta claims that people can take her words at face value.

Hillary Clinton insists she isn't running for U.S. presidency in 2020. Former Secretary of State Clinton looks on during an event to discuss reproductive rights at Barnard College on Jan. 7, 2019 in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images