Daniels has no regrets over decision to stay out of race

Gov. Mitch Daniels says he's "at peace" with his decision not to seek the Republican nomination for president.

Daniels says he sees good people with a lot of character in the field and that he believes many of them have the right skills to be president.

Daniels says he believes "the more, the merrier" in the race as Republicans seek the best person to oppose President Barack Obama for re-election.

Daniels spoke Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press."

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