Angela Bassett says she’d take “just about anyone” as a 2020 White House hopeful if it means booting President TrumpDonald John TrumpWarren: 'White supremacists pose a threat to the United States like any other terrorist group' National Enquirer paid 0,000 for Bezos texts: report Santorum: Trump should 'send emails to a therapist' instead of tweeting MORE from the Oval Office.

“Anyone would be a respite,” the “Mission: Impossible — Fallout” star exclaimed with a big laugh when ITK asked if she was offering some early support for any potential 2020 contenders.

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“Just, damn — excuse me — just about anyone would be a relief,” she said this week at the film’s premiere in Washington.

A chuckling Bassett quickly turned serious, saying, “Unfortunate as it is to say that, it’s true.”

The 59-year-old star of Fox’s “9-1-1” campaigned for Democratic nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonOvernight Health Care: CDC pushes for expanding HIV testing, treatment | Dem group launches ads attacking Trump on Medicare, Medicaid cuts | Hospitals, insurers spar over surprise bills | O'Rourke under pressure from left on Medicare for all O'Rourke faces sharp backlash from left Dem strategist says South Carolina will be first 'real test' for O'Rourke MORE during the 2016 presidential race, delivering remarks at the Democratic National Convention.

Bassett said that right now, the country feels more politically divided than ever.

“I don’t know how far we have to go — how far down, how far left, how far out — we have to go, until we come together,” the Golden Globe winner said.

But, citing history, she expressed hope that partisan wounds would eventually heal.

“It certainly seemed in the past, when we have such a great mountain to climb, that is when people do come together.”

“So perhaps it’s not far in the offing,” Bassett added. “I certainly hope so.”