Former President Donald Trump has yet to confirm if he will run for president in 2024. He also has not confirmed if he will run with Mike Pence.

In an interview Saturday with Fox News, Trump said it is “too soon to tell” if he would run with his former vice-president but said they have a "very good relationship."

But Trump also noted that he was “disappointed with Mike on one thing,” a perceived jab at Pence's decision to decline Trump's request to reject the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6. On that same day, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building after Trump spoke at a rally. 

“Well I don't know, it's really too soon to tell. But certainly we had a very good relationship I was disappointed with Mike on one thing as he understands and some other people understand, but overall, I had a very good relationship with Mike and he's a very fine person and a fine man,” Trump said.

Trump's comments come after Pence on Thursday told a dinner at the Hillsborough County Republican Committee in New Hampshire that he doesn't know if he and Trump will "ever see eye to eye" about the events of Jan. 6.

Pence has long been considered a traditional conservative, who helped strengthen Trump's credibility with donors. There has also been speculation that Pence might be a leading candidate for the Republican nomination in 2024.

Meanwhile, Trump, who remains the face of the Republican party, has been coy about his political future while raising millions for the GOP since leaving office.

"I'll make a decision in the not too distant future, maybe sooner than people think. And I think they're going to be very happy," Trump said on Saturday, echoing similar comments in recent months.

But Trump has also been less visible. Once a frequent contributor on social media, his blog was permanently shut down Wednesday and he remains suspended from Twitter and Facebook.

An International Business Times staff reporter contributed to this report.