More than a decade after a failed try at the presidency, Secretary of State John Kerry is not planning another go-round.
In an interview scheduled to air on CNN's "The Lead" Wednesday, Kerry said a 2016 presidential run is not in the cards.
"I'm out of politics," Kerry told CNN. "I have no plans whatsoever. This is my last stop."
The 70-year-old Kerry ran for president in 2004, capturing the Democratic nomination before falling to George W. Bush. Kerry decided against a run in 2008, telling the New York Times that it wasn't "the time" to run again.