Conservative talk show host Sean Hannity isn't ruling out a more formal life in politics, according to some remarks he made on his television show Thursday night.

Appearing on a discussion panel, Hannity made reference to a report on the conservative website WorldNetDaily that he may run for president.

The bombastic anchor didn't address those rumors directly, but left the door open to elected office.

"I would run for office at some point in my life," he said. "Yes, I would."

Hannity had said that he would let divine providence guide him as to whether or not he'd run for office when questioned about a run for president.

"I've never made a decision in my life without -- whatever destiny God has you've got to fulfill it," Hannity said. "I'm not sure that's my destiny."

Interestingly, Hannity appeared on the panel alongside former Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz, who'd mulled running for Congress as a Republican against Rep. Suzanne Kosmas (D-Fla.) for a short amount of time before ruling out a challenge.

Watch a video of Hannity's remarks, flagged by the liberal group Media Matters for America, below: