Gov. Christie Says He Doesn’t Think Mitt Romney Will Ask Him To Be Vice President

Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t expect Mitt Romney to ask him to run on his ticket. In a series of radio interviews this morning, Christie wouldn’t say whether the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is vetting him to be his running mate for vice president, but downplayed the chances of Romney asking him.

“I don’t think he’s going to ask, Harry,” Christie told South Jersey radio host Harry Hurley on 1450 AM. “And I think at the end of the day Gov. Romney knows how much I love being governor of New Jersey. And I didn’t run for president because I felt like I had an obligation and feel like I have an obligation as the governor of New Jersey to fix the things that were broken when I took this job.”

Christie is frequently mentioned as a potential candidate for vice president. More in Star Ledger.

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