Elizabeth Warren was given an opportunity to endorse Hillary Clinton Wednesday and she passed.

The Massachusetts senator appeared on MSNBC last night and was asked about when she will endorse a candidate.

In short, she didn’t answer the question and certainly wasn’t going anywhere near the idea of throwing her support behind the current Democratic front runner.

“You have been very careful about your relationship to the primary on the Democratic side. You have not endorsed either candidate. My sense is you don’t really love talking about it, but I would feel remiss if I didn’t ask you about it,” host Chris Hayes said.

“A lot of people are asking if you will endorse, if you have plans to endorse before the convention and what your current thinking is on the race.”

Warren responded, “Look, let me say one thing about it — as you call it my ‘relationship to the primary.’ I’ve been cheering them on because I’m really proud to be a Democrat and this primary has made me proud — even prouder to be a Democrat. Why? Because our candidates are out there talking about the issues.”

She appeared on CBS this morning and again dodged whether she’ll endorse Clinton.

“I don’t have a timeline for this,” she said, referring to a potential endorsement. She repeated her line from Wednesday night about being “prouder” to be a Democrat because of the debate taking place over issues.

The anti-Wall Street champion refused to say whether Hillary Clinton should release the transcripts of her speeches to financial groups.

“You’re not answering my question,” host Norah O’Donnell interjected. Warren refused to give a yes or no answer.

Back in November, Clinton trotted every female U.S. senator onto a stage in Washington, D.C. to show off their support. Every female senator, that is, except Warren.

Mother Jones notes Warren “called out” Clinton before a progressive audience at Netroots Nation last June.