Perry Keeps 2016 Door Open, Offers Advice to GOP

A couple of days after his onetime rival lost his bid for the White House, Gov. Rick Perry said he is keeping his options open for 2016.

Perry said Thursday it was still too early to make any decisions, noting that he had a busy legislative session looming in January. But, just like the day he dropped out of the 2012 race, the brash-talking Texas governor is keeping a toe in the presidential waters. 

“I think we said the door was going to be left open, but there is a lot of work that has to be done,” ...

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