Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, shut down rumors about 2020 political aspirations during an event on Tuesday.

In an interview with presidential biographer Doris Kearns Goodwin at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, Iger said a 2020 presidential run was “off the table.”

“I happen to be speaking with a presidential historian, but it's just a coincidence. … I am not doing that,” Iger said.

“It’s off the table,” he added, noting that he is focused on running Disney.

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The comments come after Vanity Fair recently published an interview with Iger, where he definitively said he wouldn’t run in 2020, but was unclear about plans for 2024.

“Right now I’m not doing it in 2020. I am running the company through 2021,” Iger said in the interview. “I have made no decision about what I’ll do afterward. I have thought very little about it.”

Iger has indicated he is not interested in running for president in the past, noting that his wife Willow Bay said she believed it would be “highly destructive to our family.”