- The Washington Times - Sunday, May 18, 2014

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Sunday he is still considering running for president, and will make a decision “later.”

And while he’d rather run against someone other than Jeb Bush, another 2016 contender who Mr. Christie says is a “good guy,” Mr. Bush entering the race wouldn’t deter Mr. Christie.

“You’d rather run against people you don’t like,” he said on “Face the Nation.” “It is stressful, but that wouldn’t effect my decision and I’m sure it won’t effect his.”

If both do end up competing in the GOP primary, Mr. Christie said there would be one benefit: the two would have fun together on the campaign trail.

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