Christie: ‘I don’t expect to be asked’ to join Romney on the ballot

    N.J. Gov. Chris Christie was on WOR 710 AM this morning with host Steve Adubato to speak more about what’s already said plenty on.

    With rumors of a presidential run put to rest — for now, at least — talks have turned to the possibility of Christie as the vice presidential candidate alongside Mitt Romney.

    “I don’t expect to be asked, so I don’t think I’ll have to make any decision at all,” Christie said about whether he’d settle for second-in-command.


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    And as for why Romney doesn’t like talking about his wealth, Christie said the presidential candidate considers that part of his private life.

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