Meghan McCain wants Nikki Haley to run for president in 2020.

So much so, that McCain offered to be Haley’s campaign manager.

“I love her. I know her. If she ends up primarying President Trump, girl, I’ll run your campaign,” McCain said Tuesday on ABC's "The View," on which she is a co-host.

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It was revealed Tuesday that Haley is resigning as ambassador to the United Nations, but during an Oval Office appearance with Trump she dismissed rumors that she is planning a 2020 presidential bid.

"For all of you that are going to ask about 2020, no, I am not running for 2020. I can promise you what I'll be doing is campaigning for this one," Haley told reporters. "I look forward to supporting the president in the next election."

For McCain, the daughter of late Sen. John McCain, it was her second appearance on the daytime talk show since the death of her father in August.

“Like my dad used to say, unless you’re dead or under indictment, you’re running for president,” McCain said.

John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam, ran two failed presidential campaigns during his political career.

Meghan McCain applauded Haley’s accomplishments during her two-year stint in President Trump’s Cabinet, including her role as “a real voice of reason when it comes to Russia and Syria and things that traditional conservatives believe.”