Heidi Cruz was asked Tuesday night on Fox News whether voters could ever expect to see her run for office.
"You are a Harvard MBA, managing director at Goldman Sachs, former Bush administration official, devout Christian, loving wife, loving mother — a lot of people are going to be saying Heidi Cruz for office. Could that ever happen?" host Megyn Kelly asked.
"Oh no, oh no," Cruz replied. "I have one role in this campaign and that is to help Ted win. I've reflected in that time of my life where I was trying to find my role and the next chapter. And it is such a blessing to enjoy so fully the part you play at this time."
The wife of the Texas senator then seemed to slightly leave the door open, adding: "I don't know what God has in store for me or my family in the future, but I do know that right now I feel very fulfilled."
During the interview, Cruz also responded to a salacious National Enquirer report that alleged her husband had engaged in several extramarital affairs. She called the story "garbage" and suggested it was planted by the Donald Trump campaign.
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