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US President-Elect Donald Trumps campaign manager Kellyanne Conway talks to the press in Trump Tower November 16, 2016 in New York. / AFP / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Kellyanne Conway says she may join President-elect Donald Trump’s administration, though being a mother of four has made her hesitant.

“I didn’t see ‘mother of four small children’ in any of the job descriptions. I’m sure your viewers can relate,” said Conway on Good Morning America Thursday, suggesting that she might not find parenthood compatible with serving the commander-in-chief. “But it’s been such an honor to be Donald Trump’s campaign manager and to work with my old friend and client, Mike Pence, our new vice president.”

Conway then added that she’s discussed her future with Trump. “I want to go and serve at my best and highest use,” she explained. “So we’re still discussing that with Donald Trump. I told him I’m not a priority.”

Watch the rest of Conway’s answer below.

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