"We need a president who wants to do something, not just be somebody," Mr. Jindal said. "And so, we put a lot of thought into what the next president should do. I'm surprised others aren't doing that."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, speaking on "Fox and Friends" Wednesday, said he'd like to see the party's nominee be a "conservative reform governor" and that he'd make a decision on a presidential run after the state's legislative session, which is scheduled to wrap up in June.