Indiana Governor Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceThe House needs to help patients from being victimized by antiquated technology 'The Wire' star: I'd prefer a President Pence because he's a 'simpleton and a puppet' Trump looks to steer UN effort on Afghanistan, with McMaster and Haley at the helm MORE (R) wouldn't be pinned down on a possible 2016 presidential run on Sunday.

Pence said he is focused on the "future of the people of Indiana" right now, adding his future would "take care of itself."

"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace, pressed Pence, citing his near run in 2012.

Pence, a former House lawmaker, is planning to visit Wisconsin and Alabama to campaign for Republican governors Scott Walker and Robert Bentley.

Despite such movement, Pence wouldn't commit.

"I honestly think much of that talk is a result of the progress the people have Indiana have been making," Pence said of whispers on a 2016 run.