But the elder of the Republican ex-commander in chief’s twin daughters, who supports gay marriage and is unaffiliated politically, says she doesn’t know who she would vote for in 2016.

“I don’t know who she’d be running against,” said Bush.

Bush, who travels to Africa frequently as CEO of the nonprofit Global Health Corps, also opens up about her father’s penchant for painting. The former White House resident says her 67-year-old dad — who recently underwent heart surgery — has crafted two portraits of her cats and is “obsessed with art right now.”

And art has apparently played a part in getting her dad’s seal of approval when it comes to her boyfriend of four years, painter and creative consultant Mike Fabrega.

“Anyone that likes art, he is excited about,” Bush says of her father’s view of Fabrega.

The full interview with Bush is featured in People magazine’s Aug. 26 issue.