Hillary Clinton ostensibly ruled out a run for president in 2024 Friday, saying such a move would detract from President Joe Biden's reelection bid for that cycle.
"No, out of the question," Clinton told the Financial Times, regarding the notion of her attempting to upend Biden in the 2024 Democratic Party primary.
She added: "I expect Biden to run. He certainly intends to run. It would be very disruptive to challenge that."
The Clinton news comes on the heels of a Hill-HarrisX poll from earlier this week, revealing that a "majority" of American voters don't want Biden — who'll turn 80 this November — to run again for president.
Does that mean Clinton would seek out the presidency, if Biden retired at the end of his term in January 2025? The Financial Times interview apparently didn't cover that hypothetical.