Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, told CNN Friday that she would “love” if Michelle Obama was chosen as her husband’s running mate.

"I’d love it if Michelle would agree to it," Biden said. "But you know, I think she's had it with politics. I don't know. She's so good at everything she does. That would be wonderful."

Joe Biden told a Pennsylvania media outlet earlier this week that he would choose Michelle Obama as his running mate “in a heartbeat.” Valerie Jarrett, a former White House senior adviser, said there’s “no chance” Michelle Obama would accept the job. 

“The reason why I'm being so unequivocal is that there just simply has never been a time when she's expressed an interest in running for office,” she said in an interview with The Hill. “She’s not demurring here. She’s not being hard to get. She doesn’t want the job.” 

Biden is expected to name a woman as his running mate. Top candidates likely being considered for the vice president role include Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is also a top choice. 

Warren has said she would accept an offer to be Biden's running mate. Pundits have stated that she might be able to attract more progressive voters to vote for Joe Biden, after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders dropped out of the primary.

Former Georgia State Senate Minority Leader Stacey Abrams is another vice presidential possibility as she could draw in progressives, young voters and minority voters.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden has been forced to cancel in-person campaign rallies, as the coronavirus spreads across the United States. He has instead frequently held digital events and given interviews to the press as a means of promoting his campaign.

The Democratic National Convention, which was originally planned for July, has been postponed until August due to the coronavirus. Some Democrats have called for expanded mail-in voting during the general election, although President Trump has pushed back against the idea.