Apparently, someone forgot to tell the NBC publicity machine that he wasn't interested. The non-interested Jindal will be in Washington Friday to address the National Press Club. These appearances should open other venues in which he can assure the American public of his non-interest.
NBC Press Release:
POSSIBLE REPUBLICAN VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE AND THE NATION’S YOUNGEST GOVERNOR, LOUISIANA’S BOBBY JINDAL, MAKES HIS FIRST APPEARANCE ON NBC’S ‘THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO’ ON MONDAY, APRIL 28
BURBANK – April 22, 2008 – Amidst the growing buzz about possibly being the Vice Presidential candidate on the Republican ticket, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal makes his first appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (Monday - Friday, 11:35 p.m.-12:37 a.m. ET on NBC). Known to his constituents as simply Governor Bobby, Jindal is the Nation's youngest Governor sat the age of 36 and in his first term in office the political pundits have already labeled him the future of the GOP and the next Ronald Reagan. Jindal is the first elected Indian American Governor in U.S. history.