(CNN) – It appears that two high ranking members of the Obama administration haven't entirely ruled out seeking the presidency again.
First, Vice President Joe Biden said last month that a third White House bid in 2016 - when he would be 73 - is not something he has completely closed the door on.
"No, I won't. I won't rule that out. No," the vice president said on NBC's "Meet the Press."
Now, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who battled President Obama for the 2008 Democratic nomination, told a Thai television station she doesn't know if she will have White House ambitions in the future, though quickly made clear it's not something she has given thought to.
"I don't know, but I doubt very much that anything like that will ever be part of my life," Clinton, who would be 68 in 2016, told the television station, according to the Associated Press.
"I tried to be the president and was not successful," she added.
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As I walked toward the decision at the polls in this last Presidential election, I was struck by the idea that out of 300 plus million people in the United States, these three were the best we could come up with. Now THAT'S scary. The only line I would have wished for on the ballot would have been "None of the Above – Try Again.