Former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonTrump lawyers attack House impeachment as 'brazen and unlawful' effort to overturn 2016 results Trump chooses high-profile but controversial legal team The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump beefs up impeachment defense with Dershowitz, Starr MORE is not interested in taking his wife's seat in the Senate pending her confirmation to become Secretary of State in the Obama administration.

"It's completely false," said Matt McKenna, a spokesman for the former president, to CNN. "President Clinton is excited to expand the work of his foundation which has more than 1,000 staff and volunteers in 44 countries advancing projects on HIV/AIDS, climate change, sustainable economic development and childhood obesity."

New York Governor David Paterson (D) will appoint a successor for Sen. Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton Democrats plot new approach to win over rural voters The Memo: Sanders-Warren battle could reshape Democratic primary Rosenstein says he authorized release of Strzok-Page texts MORE (D-N.Y.) next year. Clinton has said she will not resign her Senate seat until she is confirmed.