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Elizabeth Warren on VP Nod: 'I'm Not Thinking About Another Job'

Democrats still have to "get all of our nominations settled," she noted in an interview with Mic.
Elizabeth Warren
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks at the Phoenix Convention Center during the Netroots Nation convention Friday, July 17, 2015, in Phoenix. Cheryl Evans / AP file

Elizabeth Warren is declining to say whether she would consider running on the Democratic ticket with Hillary Clinton, insisting instead that she's focused on her current job and that Democrats still have to "get all of our nominations settled."

Asked during an interview with Mic whether or not she would consider serving as Hillary Clinton's vice president, Warren demurred, saying "I love my job. I'm here in the United States Senate doing exactly what the people of Massachusetts sent me here to do."

"This is something we've got to get all of our nominations settled on the Democratic side," she added. "For me, I'm going to keep doing my job every single day and I'm not thinking about another job."

Warren added that she has not spoken to Clinton recently.

The progressive Massachusetts senator is considered most ideologically aligned with Senate colleague Bernie Sanders, who shares her aggressive rhetoric on income inequality and Wall Street.

'But Warren has pointedly declined to endorse either candidate in the Democratic race, focusing instead on attacks aimed at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.