Considering his options for either a New York gubernatorial run or a shot at the White House, Donald Trump may be inching closer to a decision, with a scheduled visit to first-in-the-country presidential primary state New Hampshire in two weeks.
"The Apprentice" TV show creator and billionaire real estate developer is scheduled to make a Jan. 21 speech at a "Politics & Eggs" event at St. Anselm College in Manchester, where a 2012 Republican primary debate was held, the Washington Examiner reported
A news release from the college's New Hampshire Institute of Politics
suggested Trump's enticing choices — and then beckoned spectators to attend the event to find out which political road Trump might venture down.
"Is he running for something? President? New York Governor?" the news release announcing the speech asks, and then answers:
"You can ask Donald Trump that question when he speaks as part of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and New England Council's Politics & Eggs series event," the Examiner reported.
The New Hampshire institute first announced
Trump's coming visit on Dec. 19.
Trump has most recently been mentioned as a possible candidate for New York governor
, reportedly getting encouragement from Republican state lawmakers and Conservative Party leaders.
He also considered a run in the Republican primaries for the 2012 presidential nomination, and responded with thanks to some followers of his Twitter feed this week who were encouraging him to jump into the 2016 fray.
Trump's own tweets Wednesday didn't contain any hints of his intentions. In one he said:
— while another contained one of his signature gruff business observations:
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