Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerSanders expected to announce exploratory committee next week Bill Maher to Dems: ‘Let’s not eat our own’ in 2020 Dems ready aggressive response to Trump emergency order, as GOP splinters MORE says he’s boo’d up.

The New Jersey Democrat and 2020 White House hopeful is confirming that he has a girlfriend. 

Booker was asked about his noted bachelordom by co-host Charlamagne tha God during a Tuesday interview on Power 105.1's nationally syndicated radio show “The Breakfast Club.” 

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“First of all, there’s two more years until I might fulfill this duty. So give me some time. My girlfriend might listen to this,” Booker said.

“You don’t want to marry somebody now,” Charlamagne quipped back. “Once you start getting hot, you might become president. She might just want you for that.”

“Before I declare[d] [for] president, I’m dating somebody that’s really special,” Booker responded. Booker announced last week that he was running for president, joining an increasingly crowded Democratic field. 

“Oh, so Cory Booker’s got a boo?” the radio host asked.

“I got a boo,” Booker, 49, said with a chuckle.

Asked if his unnamed boo — there have been recent unconfirmed sightings of the senator out and about with “Rent” actress Rosario Dawson — would make a good first lady if he were to become president, Booker said, “Yes, she would.”

While discussing whether a candidate’s personal life should be a factor in voters’ decisions at the ballot box, co-host Angela Yee said, “It didn’t affect Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGillibrand backs federal classification of third gender: report Former Carter pollster, Bannon ally Patrick Caddell dies at 68 Heather Nauert withdraws her name from consideration for UN Ambassador job MORE and the terrible things he’s done in his personal life, and he still managed to be president.”

“I was about to say,” Booker interjected. “I think that if Donald Trump can get elected president at this point with the personal life that he has, then anybody can.” 

Booker — who was also ribbed by the hosts for saying he lives in a basement apartment in Washington — later remarked that he was most sheepish about questions surrounding his relationship status.

“What have we gotten myself into right now?” he exclaimed. “[Of] all the issues we talked about, this is the most uncomfortable part of this interview.”