Scarlett Johansson tells Michael Strahan on 'Good Morning America' she's considering running for office someday

Watch out Donald Trump!

Scarlett Johansson, who passionately stumped for Barack Obama during his 2012 re-election run, revealed on "Good Morning America" that she's mulling a political career of her own -- but not right now.

"I've always been interested in local politics. Right now, I think with my young daughter and also [the way] my career's going right now, it's not the right time."

It's been quite a busy 2017 already for the 32-year-old beauty, so we can see why running for office just isn't in the cards right now. She has been traveling all over the world to promote her latest flick, "Ghost in the Shell," which premieres in theaters on March 31. Scarlett is also in the midst of a custody battle with estranged husband Romain Dauriac over their two-year-old daughter Rose.

However, ScarJo did give somewhat of a timetable of when we can possibly see her on the campaign trail.

"Eventually, maybe when my daughter is older and I could totally focus myself on something like that, I think it could be interesting."

Johansson has used her fame consistently to speak out about major issues, making her the perfect representative of the American people.

Shortly after President Trump's inauguration, Scarlett was a headline speaker at the Women's March in Washington where she pledged support for Planned Parenthood.

She spoke to People ahead of the 2017 Oscars about the importance of being politically active: "I don't plan on not using my voice any time soon. I've always been politically active. My parents ... my grandmother always encouraged us to be involved."

One thing is for sure, ScarJo has our vote any day!