Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg says to count her out of the 2020 presidential race.
"I have said no, and I'm going to continue to say no,'' the Facebook COO told Recode executive editor Kara Swisher during an on-stage conversation at the Watermark Conference for Women, Politico reports.
Some Democratic operatives have speculated that Sandberg is running, including one who called it "common knowledge," pointing to her expansive upcoming book tour for "Option B" and the fact that her staff interviewed young aides with campaign chops for the project.
In October when Hillary Clinton was considered a shoe-in for the presidency, Sandberg was reportedly on her short list for Treasury Secretary.
Sandberg, 47, also said during the Watermark Conference that she remained hopeful for President Trump, her comments coming a day after she criticized his travel ban in a Facebook post.
"Immigration is something we all care about ... I think we're all hopeful on the Dreamers," she said.
"The president has said he's going to do the right thing … and we're all looking for that to happen."
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