For all the denials about about a potential 2016 White House run, Gov. Chris Christie sure sounds like somebody ready to make a bid for president.

Gov. Chris Christie, center right, poses for a photo with Marion, Iowa, Mayor Snooks Bouska, center left, during a meeting with supporters at a diner. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Christie spent Thursday in the key primary state of Iowa, lobbing criticisms at President Obama for failing to secure our borders and not offering enough support for Israel.

While the governor continued his busy national travel schedule, another possible 2016 contender and Christie opponent, Hillary Clinton, was in the Garden State.

Clinton was signing copies of her new book in Ridgewood.

She continues to hold a large over Christie in a hypothetical 2016 match-up poll.