Poet Amanda Gorman is quick to respond when asked if she'll one day run for president: "Plan on it."

The 22-year-old author and the first youth poet laureate of the United States — who quickly became a sensation and garnered an enthusiastic following after reciting her poem "The Hill We Climb," at President BidenJoe BidenTrump State Department appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot FireEye finds evidence Chinese hackers exploited Microsoft email app flaw since January Biden officials to travel to border amid influx of young migrants MORE's inauguration on Wednesday — made an appearance early Thursday morning on CBS's "The Late Late Show."

"I genuinely feel like there's a very real world where there's a poet speaking at your Inauguration Day when you're the president of the United States," host James Corden told her.


"Is that something you'd want to do?" the late-night show host asked.

"Oh heck yeah!" Gorman exclaimed. "Plan on it," she added.

It's not the first time that the Harvard University grad has expressed a desire to run for office. A 2018 profile in the school's paper called her a "self-described future candidate for the United States presidency."

Gorman won accolades from around the world for her inaugural reading, including from a former commander in chief.

Former President Obama heaped praise on Gorman's piece, saying she "delivered a poem that more than met the moment."

Any presidential aspirations will have to wait though — at 22, Gorman wouldn't be eligible to run for the White House until 2036.