Gov. Chris Christie could be laying the ground work for a potential presidential run. The governor said during a stop in New Hampshire that he wants to raise the retirement age for social security and medicare to 69 and eliminate social security for those making over $200,000. He also said these changes should be phased in to not impact those close to or in retirement. Christie hasn’t said whether he is running for president but is making stops throughout New Hampshire and rolling out some ideas for the national stage.