Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) argued on Sunday that too much emphasis has been placed on electing female candidates.
During a discussion on CNN about presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's possible running mates, host Jake Tapper asked Brewer if she would be interested in the job.
"Who made up that list? They didn't put me on there," Brewer complained. "Of course, I would be -- I would be willing to serve in any capacity that I could be of help with Donald on."
"Do you think he needs to pick a woman?" Tapper wondered. "Given how bad his numbers are with women."
"I don't necessarily think you need to pick a woman," Brewer insisted. "You know, this woman thing has gotten way out of control I believe.
"And I think it's been driven by the left," she remarked. "Because they think that it's going to bring them over the end. But I think people, when they sit down to vote, they vote for the very best candidate. They want somebody that's going to represent them."