Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton: Photos from women’s march ‘awe-inspiring’ Ex-Clinton aide: Spicer should have resigned rather than lie Zuckerberg moves spark 2020 speculation MORE said Sunday she'd "never" be interested in an appointment to the Supreme Court.
Clinton, a former senator and graduate of Yale Law School, said that President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaEx-Clinton aide: Spicer should have resigned rather than lie Zuckerberg moves spark 2020 speculation Crowd experts: Women’s march three times bigger than inauguration MORE shouldn't choose her to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court when Justice John Paul Stevens retires at the end of this term.
"I do not and have never wanted to be a judge. Never," Clinton said when asked if she'd be interested in the appointment. "That's never been anything I've even let cross my mind, because it's not in my personality."
The president has been looking at a number of women for his short list for the Supreme Court opening, including Solicitor General Elena Kagan.
The White House dismissed suggestions that Clinton might be on the short list for the nomination in mid-April after Sen. Orrin HatchOrrin HatchGOP eyes new push to break up California court Overnight Defense: Senate to vote on defense picks Friday | 41 detainees left at Gitmo | North Korea may be prepping missile launch Congressional leaders unite to protect consumers MORE (R-Utah) dropped her name as a potentially amenable nominee.