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Governor Christie on VP: I Don't Expect To Be Asked

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Uploaded on Jun 27, 2012

Governor Christie Town Hall in Mahwah on June 27, 2012.
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"I was with Governor Romney last night. Let me announce that he did not ask me last night to run for vice president while I was with him. Listen, I have absolutely no idea. My view has always been that I want to stay here, and that I want to do this job, and I don't want to leave. But what I've also said is if the nominee of your party calls and asks you to talk about that, you take the call and you listen because you also have to care about your country and listen to the guy who is one of two people who's going to be president of the United States for the next four years. So if Governor Romney calls and asks me I'll listen. I don't expect to get the call. I don't expect to be asked, and I'll do whatever I can as I have been since last October when I was the first governor in America to endorse him, I expect to continue to go out there and work hard for him and try to help him be elected president. But I don't think that that's going to be with me being as his running mate. I don't know any inside information. That's just my sense. I could wind up being surprised. He could wind up calling me and asking me, but it would be a surprise to me if he called up and asked. It doesn't matter to me though. I've got a great job that I love and I want to continue to do, and I'll continue to help him between now and November in any way that he thinks is appropriate to try to help him get elected president. So that's my answer on that one."

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