Gov. Chris Christie says he is not going anywhere, even if he decides to run for president in 2016.

Governor's Office/Tim Larsen

According to a Bergen Record report, two top aides confirm that Christie told his cabinet and key donors that he will not resign as governor if he does make a White House run.

The decision is a tricky one.

It could change because federal fundraising laws could make it harder to collect the money he'd need to run.

He also could be vulnerable as a candidate given New Jersey's shaky economy.