Gov. Chris Christie's chief political strategist is not offering up many details about a potential 2016 White House run.


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, center back to camera, greets protesters, mostly casino workers, before a town hall meeting Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, in Ocean City, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Michael DuHaime told PolitickerNJ that Christie is focused on winning 2014 elections for the Republican Governor's Association, and does not want to undermine that process by talking about a potential presidential bid.

"I'm not doing any '16 stuff on the record until '14 elections are over," DuHaime told PolitickerNJ. "That's just kind of a rule I've made for myself."

While DuHaime is not dismissing a White House run, he will just not discuss it until after November.