PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Gov. Christie says that his decision on whether or not to run for President will involve his children.

During a trip to New Hampshire, Christie told CNN that his oldest son, Andrew, is “very positive and enthusiastic about it and has been encouraging to me.”

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His daughter, on the other hand, is concerned about how a run for President would affect her “day-to-day life at Notre Dame [University].”

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Gov. Christie says his two younger children are concerned they wouldn’t be able to see their parents as much.

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The Governor says he will decide on a White House run by the end of June.