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By Ree Hines

There's one question everyone has for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie right now: "Will you run for president?" Well actually, as a little girl at a recent town hall pointed out, there's another one: "What's your favorite dessert?"

Christie answered one of those questions definitively on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday.

"Ice cream!" he told host Jimmy Fallon. "Who doesn't like ice cream?"

And one ice cream he really likes is Fallon's own flavor, Ben & Jerry's The Tonight Dough.

"It's the greatest ice cream ever!" he said with a bit of mock enthusiasm.

With that big reveal (and a couple of spoonful's of Tonight Dough) out of the way, the governor of the Garden State then moved on to the possibility of a presidential run.

"[In] May or June, we'll be letting everybody know what we decide," Christie said.

As for those who are already in the running, including Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio, Christie simply said they were all "fine Americans." It was a description that left Fallon wanting more.

"I want the Hulk to come out," Fallon raved. "I want you to get green. I want you to get mean. I want you to shout 'Shut up and sit down!'"

"You got it wrong," Christie chided. "It's 'Sit down and shut up!"

Either way, Christie vowed he won't hold his tongue if he enters the race.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0247 -- Pictured: (l-r) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on April 22, 2015 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC)NBC / Douglas Gorenstein

"If you're upset about something, you need to let people know that," he said. "If you're angry about something, you need to tell them. If you're happy, you should tell them. ... I hate politics where people are like programmed robots. They all sound like Charlie Brown's teacher — 'Wah-wah-wah.' ... I'm just going to be myself. If people like it, great. If not, I can get another job."

Of course, only time will tell if he'll get the top job. Or even try for it.

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