Cindy McCain said Tuesday that she does not foresee herself having any role in a potential McCain administration.

At a luncheon fundraiser in New York, McCain said, "I do not ever envision myself as being involved in the McCain administration as it's been put, but my husband and I do talk and I want to be a part of listening to his ideas, too," according to NY1.

McCain has been active in campaigning for her husband, but not outspoken.

Her most controversial statement came after Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaAl Sharpton: Royal wedding shows white supremacy is ‘on its last breath' Meghan Markle's pre-royal 'finishing lessons' and an etiquette of equality Place your royal wedding bets: Website offers odds on surprise American guests MORE said that "for the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country."

"I'm proud of my country. I don't know about you, if you heard those words earlier," McCain responded standing next to her husband at a rally in Wisconsin. "I'm very proud of my country."