“Not soon,” he said on CNBC’s “The Kudlow Report.”
“I’m not thinking about that as much as what kind of presence we’ll have, how many people we’re going to have there, and what kind of an influence we can have on the platform in Tampa,” he added, noting that there were still plenty of delegates still up for grabs. “It may turn out that we may end up winning Iowa, and we’ve won a couple of these other states.”
Romney, the presumptive nominee who received the endorsement of No. 2 contender Rick Santorum this week, has 856 of the 1,144 delegates needed to lock up the spot.