Christie not closing door on No Labels bid: ‘There’d be a long conversation’

Chris Christie is no longer ruling out a third-party presidential bid.

The former New Jersey governor had repeatedly dismissed the idea of running on a No Labels ticket while competing for the GOP presidential nomination. But nearly a month after exiting the race, he declined Tuesday to shut the door to the idea.

“Oh, I don’t know. There’d be a long conversation between me and [my wife] Mary Pat, I can guarantee you that,” Christie said when asked on “Good Morning America” if he would consider running on a No Labels ticket.

Christie said No Labels has not asked him to run on a potential ticket. However, NBC News reported the group had made overtures to his allies about the possibility before he dropped out of the GOP primary.

Christie argued on Tuesday that a “strong Republican” on the ticket might be able to chip away at former President Donald Trump’s support, rather than siphon votes from President Joe Biden.

The former New Jersey governor,

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