Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer awkwardly fumbled a bit when she was asked if she would serve as Vice President Kamala Harris’s running mate, should she replace President Joe Biden as the Democrat nominee for president.

Appearing on The View while promoting a book titled, “True Gretch,” co-host Sunny Hostin asked Whitmer — who herself has repeatedly been named as a possible Biden replacement — if she would run with Harris.

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“You say Kamala is the heir apparent — would you run as her vice president?” Hostin asked.

“I have never looked at opportunities in Washington, D.C. with a lot of excitement,” Whitmer responded, who was nearly chosen by Biden in 2020.

“I’ll never say never, but that’s not something that I am angling for.”

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Whitmer, a Biden campaign co-chair, was forced to do damage control after Politico reported she told the Biden campaign on a phone call that Michigan was “no longer winnable” after Biden’s disastrous debate performance.

She claimed on The View she never said that and blamed a staffer for “someone who may or may not run for president in 2028.”

Whitmer is in the midst of a media tour for “True Gretch,” which will include several appearances in liberal elite coastal cities, including Seattle, San Francisco, and Martha’s Vineyard.