Gov. Chris Christie last night said he has still not made a decision about running for president in 2016 but didn't rule out a willingness to consider a vice-presidential invitation. And he seemed to enjoy sharing some tongue-in-cheek considerations about the potential impact of a successful run on his children.
While Democrats have all but anointed Hillary Clinton as their 2016 presidential candidate, Republicans would like to avoid the free-for-all that severely hurt their eventual 2012 candidate, Mitt Romney.
While Gov. Chris Christie leads many of the national polls of GOP candidates for president, there are still questions about whether it's a reflection of his strength or the weakness of the current Republican field.
New Jersey voters give Gov. Chris Christie one of his lowest job approval ratings ever, as a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday morning shows that he also trails Democrat Hillary Clinton by double digits in a hypothetical 2016 presidential matchup.
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