Former President Donald Trump on Saturday debunked rumors that he was considering former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley as his running mate.

“Nikki Haley is not under consideration for the V.P. slot, but I wish her well!” Trump posted on his Truth Social app.

The rumors went viral on Saturday morning after it was reported that Trump’s campaign was considering Haley to help the former president in his bid to win back the White House. It was also reported that Haley could help the former president avoid a potential prison sentence and cover tens of millions in legal bills if he loses.

However, Trump and Haley’s relationship has remained cold since Haley dropped out of the presidential race in March following Super Tuesday results.

Although Haley is yet to endorse Trump, reports indicate that if Haley continues to withhold her endorsement and if he doesn’t win the election in November, she could easily be blamed for the loss by conservatives.

According to Brian Hughes, a senior advisor to Trump’s campaign, only Trump can decide on his vice presidential contender. Hughes also added that anyone who claims to know who the former president will choose is lying.

Prior to this, Trump once ruled out Haley as his VP pick in January, during a rally in New Hampshire, telling supporters that the former U.N. ambassador is not presidential timber.

“She is OK, but she is not presidential timber. And when I say that, that probably means she will not be chosen as the vice president,” Trump said.

The possible contenders for the vice presidential position include Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, Sen. JD Vance of Ohio, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, Gov. Doug Burgum of North Dakota and Gov. Kristi Neom of South Dakota.

Burgum and Scott competed against Trump for the 2024 Republican nominee before dropping out. Recently, Neom faced backlash after revealing in a memoir that she once shot a 14-month-old dog for being disobedient.

However, Trump is in no hurry to pick a running mate. The former president once stated that he would not officially reveal his running mate until the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in July.