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) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may have changed his mind about launching a campaign for the White House, according to a report.

For months, the governor has been issuing denials. In fact, just this past Tuesday, Christie told supporters at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library that he wouldn't run for president. But his remarks -- particularly about President Obama's inaction -- sounded candidate-like.

The Star-Ledger

, citing a source close to the governor, reported Friday that Christie has been swayed by Republican supporters and donors unhappy with the GOP field.

If he decides to run, Christie only has a few days to make a declaration, the newspaper said, citing political experts. The filing date for the crucial Florida primary, for example, is Oct 31.

According to

The Star-Ledger

, Christie's wife no longer objects to a presidential run, an adviser to the governor said.

-- Written by Joseph Woelfel

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