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Piers Morgan interviewed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last week, and the exclusive, in-depth hour airs tonight at 9pmET/PT. But Morgan also talked to his wife, Mary Pat Christie who discussed why 2012 "probably wasn't the right time" for him to run for president, but wouldn't rule out what might happen "after he's governor."
"I'm sure his country could use him but his family needs him too," she said. But: "I think he could be president. I think he'd be a great president. But I also think he'd be a great CEO. He'd be a great person to stay home and teach college classes." What makes him such a good leader?
"Chris has an unbelievable ability to succinctly analysis a problem, come up with solutions," said Mary Pat Christie. "There's no better communicator."
Watch the full interview, including Gov. Christie's take on the 2012 field, tonight at 9pmET/PT.