"It would be an honor, of course, to be vice president, to serve in that capacity, but it's not up to me," Brewer said.
Brewer's name has been in the rumor mill as a possible vice presidential pick for the presumptive GOP nominee, but the former governor added more fuel to the fire over the weekend, telling CNN that she was open to the idea.
That list of VP picks also includes former Secretary of Defense Condoleezza Rice and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Brewer would not say if anyone associated with the Trump campaign officially ask her about the job, but she added that she's in frequent contact the New York businessman's team.
"I believe in Mr. Trump and I believe in him and would serve in any capacity," Brewer said from her offices at the law firm Ballard Spahr LLP, where she works in public relations.