Caitlin Clark wrapped up a dramatic and historic season on Sunday for Iowa. Though the Hawkeyes fell to LSU in the national final, Clark took home nearly every major award in college basketball and shattered records throughout the NCAA Tournament.

Coming out of Sunday’s game, First Lady Jill Biden made waves with comments surrounding the outcome. While most national champions make a visit to the White House, Biden expressed interest in inviting both the LSU team and Iowa as the national runner-up.

On Tuesday, Clark was asked if she would be interested in visiting the White House as a runner-up, and Iowa’s superstar laughed at the idea.

“I don’t think runner-ups usually go to the White House,” said Clark with a chuckle on ESPN’s OTL. “I think LSU should you know enjoy that moment for them and congratulations, obviously they deserve to go there.

“Maybe I can get to go to the White House on different terms, though, but that’s for LSU. That’s a pretty cool moment and they should enjoy every second of being a champion.”

Along with her comments on the White House, Clark was asked about her opinion on Angel Reese and her actions toward the end of the national championship following a blowback on social media. Clark tried to shut down criticism of LSU’s star, expressing respect for Reese and saying there should never be criticism for emotions in the game.