Gov. Christie to decide presidential bid by end of month

Gov. Chris Christie was on a talk show Sunday morning discussing his potential bid for the presidency.

Christie says he will decide this month as to whether or not he'll be running for the White House.

He has 16 days left to announce his plans.

Sounding like a presidential candidate, Christie took his shot at the Democratic frontrunner for president on ABC.

"Mrs. Clinton doesn't hear from anyone," he said. "She doesn't talk to anybody. She doesn't take questions from anybody. How would she know what real Americans are really concerned about."

Christie has recently been in Iowa, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, hosting 146 town hall meetings, in order to raise money and let people who live out of state know who he is.

 

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