Chris Christie
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will launch his presidential campaign at the high school where he met admitted wrongdoer David Wildstein. Above, Christie speaks during the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority conference in Washington June 19, 2015. Drew Angerer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

There is almost no doubt that Chris Christie is running for U.S. president in 2016 as the New Jersey governor launched his campaign website Saturday. The site premiered just days after invitations to his formal announcement Tuesday were leaked.

Upon its launch, the site showed little more than an image of Christie, an obligatory “Donate” button and his presumptive campaign slogan, “Telling It Like It Is.” Toward the bottom of the site, the text reads, “Paid for by Chris Christie for President Inc.” The site was first publicized in a series of tweets Saturday.

Christie plans to hold a “special announcement event” Tuesday morning at his high-school alma mater, Livingston High School in Livingston, New Jersey.

With the presumed announcement, Christie will become the 14th Republican to enter the presidential race after he spent months on the road in Iowa and other early-voting states during primary season. He will travel to New Hampshire after making his announcement Tuesday, his campaign told media outlets.

Christie’s current approval rating in New Jersey hovers around 30 percent, an all-time low for the governor since he took office in 2010.