Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonChris Murphy’s profile rises with gun tragedies DNC, RNC step up cyber protections Gun proposal picks up GOP support 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 Hussein ObamaGeorge W. Bush honors father at benefit for hurricane victims Dem senator: ‘I miss every one of’ our last 5 presidents All five living former presidents appear at hurricane relief benefit concert 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 Grant HatchGOP eyes limits on investor tax break Children’s health-care bill faces new obstacles Overnight Finance: White House requests B for disaster relief | Ex-Equifax chief grilled over stock sales | House panel approves B for border wall | Tax plan puts swing-state Republicans in tough spot MORE (R-Utah) dropped her name as a potentially amenable nominee.