New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie hasn't changed his mind: He reaffirmed Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library that he's not running for president.
Christie urged a capacity audience of about 900 to look at the website Politico, which had pieced together a long string of video clips of him saying he's not a candidate for the White House.
"Those are the answers," he told the crowd.
Christie later said he was flattered by suggestions in a question-and-answer session that he should run in 2012, but added, "that reason has to reside inside me."
Nonetheless, a speech - also delivered Tuesday at a shrine to America's 40th president, with former first lady Nancy Reagan in the audience - was likely to stoke fresh speculation about his presidential ambitions.