Shannon Bream interviewed former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush amid a celebratory weekend for his father, former President George H.W. Bush.

This weekend commemorated the 25th anniversary since the start of George H.W. Bush’s presidency.

Bream asked Jeb Bush about a potential 2016 presidential run. He said he will make up his mind at the end of this year.

“It turns out that not running has generated more interest than if I said I was running,” he said.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie recently told Megyn Kelly that he thinks Jeb Bush is a 2016 contender. Bush called Christie “the real deal,” and said the Republican Party has many 2016 contenders.

“Maybe the answer is we need to elect candidates that have a vision that is bigger and broader and candidates that are organized around winning the election, not making a point. Winning the election should be what we’re about, winning allows the big things to get solved, winning gets the country back on track in my mind,” he said.

Watch more of the interview above.

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