Just when you thought you'd heard the last of Donald Trump this political season, the real estate tycoon dropped a small bomb that maybe, just maybe, he might still seek a presidential bid.

"I can't rule out anything," Trump said on "Fox & Friends," adding that he hasn't yet seen a viable candidate among the current crop of GOP hopefuls. "The country is so important, so vital that we choose the right person, and at this moment, I don't see that person."

Trump publicly teased his possible presidential run for months and consistently polled well when compared with other potential Republican candidates. He also revived a debate over President Obama's birth certificate, and credited his own efforts when Obama released his long-form birth certificate to the public last month.

Trump finally announced earlier this month that he would not seek the presidency, ending months of speculation. The announcement came shortly after he met with NBC executives over the future of his reality show, "The Apprentice."

"Here I have a very top show, a real success, and I'm saying, well, I think I'm going to get off - and it was sort of a little crazy," Trump said. "You give up so much when you do this, and, you know - it was just a decision that I made."

Trump said he thought former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee would have been good candidate - though Huckabee also bowed out of the race last week.

"I believe Mike Huckabee could've won," he said. "I was a little surprised he got out."

And now that Huckabee's out, Trump hinted that perhaps he'll rethink his own plans.

"Who knows if I did the right thing," he said. "Stranger things have happened - I look at these Republican candidates and I'm saying, what is going on? We cannot afford to lose this election."

Watch the entire segment here.