New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joined Donald Trump for the Republican presidential frontrunner's visit with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie prepare to speak to supporters at Youngstown Airport on March 14, 2016 in Vienna, Ohio. (Photo by Angelo Merendino/Getty Images)

Trump and Christie arrived Wednesday afternoon at the Governor's Residence in Indianapolis ahead of a Trump campaign rally at the nearby Indiana State Fairgrounds.

Pence's office says Trump requested the private meeting with the Republican governor, who hasn't endorsed a presidential candidate ahead of Indiana's May 3 primary.

Christie last appeared with Trump on the trail in March. Christie said earlier this week if Trump asked for his help and he was able to go, he would.

Pence will share a stage with another GOP presidential candidate on Thursday as Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is set as one of the speakers at an Indiana Republican Party fundraising dinner.

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