Now that U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price has resigned, could President Donald Trump be considering Florida Gov. Rick Scott for the high-profile gig?
Scott laughed off the suggestion Monday, at a Latin America summit he organized in Miami.
"I have a really good job right now," he told reporters. "Ii have about 365 days -- 465 days, is that right? -- yeah, 465 days left in this job.
"My job is to do what I came here to do with the summit, to try to create a state where everybody can get a good job, people can get a good education, and people are safe. We're in a 46-year low on our crime rate. We've added over 1.4 million jobs. That's what I do every day."
Could he be Florida's next U.S. senator, if he challenges Democrat Bill Nelson?
"That's 2018," Scott said. "We'll worry about stuff like that in 2018."