TAMPA - Take Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush off the list of possible 2012 Vice Presidential candidates.
In an interview to air Thursday morning on CBS's "The Morning", Bush says he would not take the job under any circumstances.
"I'm not gonna do it, and I'm not gonna be asked, and it's not gonna happen," said Bush.
The 59-year-old Bush adds he is supporting Republican Mitt Romney's run to the White House, he just won't do it as the former Massachusetts' running mate.
There is one thing Bush is unsure of. He says he has not made the decision whether to give up on his own run to the White House as a presidential candidate.
Jeb Bush is the second son of former President George H. W. Bush and younger brother of President George W. Bush. He was the Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007.
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