Have you ever dreamed about becoming the U.S. president?

Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.): “When I was a child. But I never had an ambition for politics until about two years ago.”

Rep. Trent FranksTrent FranksHouse GOP reignites push for budget plan John Bolton PAC pours more cash into GOP campaigns Anti-abortion groups grit teeth and brace for Trump MORE  (R-Ariz.): “I believe almost everybody in this body has envisioned themselves as president one time or another, but my prayer is that everybody who becomes president is far more qualified than I am.”
 
Rep. Ted PoeTed PoeThe Hill's 12:30 Report Overnight Healthcare: Justices split on ObamaCare contraception case Conservative backlash against tort reform bill surprised GOP sponsor MORE (R-Texas): “No, I’d rather be governor of Texas.”
 
Rep. Thelma Drake (R-Va.): “What a compliment. No, I haven’t. So you can say publicly that I’m not running for president.”
 
Rep. Dave ReichertDavid ReichertLawmakers, small businesses praise employee stock ownership plans Bipartisan group of House lawmakers introduces tariff bill Business ups pressure for tariff relief MORE (R-Wash.): “No. When I was young I wanted to help people and my dream was to become a police officer, which I did. I am having fun here and I’m always trying to do the best thing I can wherever I am.”
 
Rep. Tim Holden (D-Pa.): “No, I haven’t. I’m lucky and happy to be where I’m at.”
 
Rep. Dan Burton (R-Ind.): “I’m probably one of maybe 20 members who hasn’t thought about it. You have to be realistic, and you have to be able to raise $25 million.”
 
Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (R-Mo.): “No, that doesn’t interest me. I like what I’m doing.”