Gov. Andrew Cuomo is not running for president in 2020.

The evidence of a Cuomo 2020 bid — ramping up a campaign effort with trips to New Hampshire, a sudden interest in corn subsidies — is just not there.

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who has visited New Hampshire, has also hedged about running, a reverse from her pledge during his re-election bid that she would serve out her six-year term.

Cuomo, however, has not been hedging or winking or even shrugging about running for president.

He was pressed on it today in an interview with WAMC’s Alan Chartock about the potential of facing off against Gillibrand in a Democratic primary.

Cuomo, who said he and Gillibrand are friends and he respects her, also said, “I want to be governor, though.”

In his public comments since Election Day, Cuomo hasn’t really commented on broad-based national issues, but the coming 2019 legislative session. He has not shifted his view of single payer health care and the cost impact it would have on New York. He thinks lawmakers deserve a pay raise, but only if they ban outside income and “perform” — ie, approve budgets by the April 1 deadline.

Now, things can change. There’s still plenty of time for Cuomo to put together a campaign infrastructure and take those trips to early primary states.

His critics think he is running for president. Perhaps even some of his supporters would like him to. Maybe he has the ambition to be president, but that is different from actually running for president.

But, for now, Cuomo is not running for president.