New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is not taking the nomination of being the vice president off the table just yet. Christie talked to high school students in North Jersey on Monday and announced that republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be able to convince him to be his running mate. Christie did tell students that he really has no interest in being the vice president. Christie admits if Romney called, he would listen.
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