Giuliani Heads to New Hampshire to Explore Presidential Bid

Rudy Giuliani says he's not convinced any of the Republican presidential contenders can defeat President Obama. Until he is, Giuliani says he won't rule out a run at the White House himself.

The former New York City mayor is launching a two-day tour across New Hampshire Thursday to explore a potential bid.

The stops include a luncheon with the Seacoast Federation of Republican Women in Portsmouth, a New Castle gathering with law enforcement officials and a gun rights discussion at Manchester Harley Davidson.

The 67-year-old Republican tells The Associated Press that a decision about his political future won't come until late August or early September.

He admits running a flawed presidential campaign in 2008. And he says he'll keep working to regain the confidence of New Hampshire voters.