(CNN) - Cindy McCain on Tuesday ruled out the possibility of serving in her husband’s possible presidential administration.
Mrs. McCain, the wife of presumptive Republican nominee John McCain, told NY1 that while she would want be an “advocate” for issues like education as first lady, she has no plans to serve in an official post.
“I do not ever envision myself as being involved in the McCain administration, as it has been put, at all,” she said. “But my husband and I do talk and I want to be party to listening to what his ideas are too.”
She also said that her role as first lady would not change from her role today, making note of her work for international charities.