On Fox News this morning, former NY Gov. George Pataki said he's continuing to think about running for president, but hasn't set a deadline for making the decision.
"I'm not running, at this point.
I'm disappointed that Mitch Daniels decided not to run.... I hope someone comes out there who's going to have a solid plan that we can get behind and unite and beat this president.
But if not, I'm certainly taking a look."
He then talked about why type of campaign he'd run.
"I like those retail politics, where you sit down with four or five people and engage in a dialogue, instead of the 30 second soundbite, TV commercials."
Earlier this year, Pataki ruled out a presidential run, but then opened up the possibility again when Mitch Daniels opted out of a bid.