New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stayed neutral Sunday on whether he’ll run for president. But the Republican had a message for governors and other elected officials pondering a 2016 run: "Get the job done."
In his first major TV interview since a decisive re-election effort Tuesday, Christie told "Fox News Sunday" his immediate focus is leading his home state and the Republican Governors Association.
"What I’m interested in doing is being governor of New Jersey," he said. "Right now, we’ve got a lot of things to focus on."
Still, Christie made clear that his success was based on sound fiscal conservative policy, amid questions about whether he’s conservative enough to become a Republican presidential nominee.