Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, considered a top Republican presidential contender in 2016, said Sunday that no one in the GOP should be thinking about running for president just yet.
"Nobody in the Republican Party should be thinking about running for president," Jindal said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "We've got to win the debate before we can win elections."
Jindal, who has been critical of how his party ran the 2012 election, argued that the Republican Party lost in November because they didn't effectively show an economic vision for how to get the nation back on track.