Source: Jonathan Karl / ABC News
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will not run for president, according to a source with direct knowledge of the governor’s thinking.
Christie has long said he’s not ready to run, but had reconsidered in recent weeks and there was speculation he could make a late entrance into the race. Christie thrilled conservatives with a speech last week to Republicans at the Reagan Library in California. And his status as a governor in the blue state of New Jersey made him seem electable in a general election against President Obama.
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