New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie insists no decision has been made yet, and he's still in the process of making up his mind about running for the GOP nomination for president in the 2016 election.

Gov. Chris Christie takes calls during the March 23 edition of Ask The Governor on NJ 101.5. (Kira Buxton, Townsquare Media NJ)

During Monday night's Ask The Governor program, Christie said he's still talking about it with his family and won't be rushed by what other Republican candidates are doing.

"I've thought long and hard about that and the three questions are: is it right for me, is it right for my family and is it right for my country," Christie said during the show.

He also said his own fundraising efforts will not be affected by the announcement by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz that he is an official candidate for the GOP nomination.

"The difficulties in raising money are inherent, with people trying to make up their mind who they want to support, and its very early for a lot of folks to do that," Christie said.

On the issue of political candidates flip-flopping on the issues he said "if you change your position based on what you think the person across from you wants to hear, you can't be trusted. I've been saying that for six-and-a-half years and that's why I don't do it."

Christie was asked during the show about the possibility of him defeating presumptive Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in a presidential race.

"There's no reason to run unless you think you can win," Christie said. "If I ran I wouldn't be in it for the experience."

Christie has indicated he won't make a final decision about running until sometime later this spring or summer.