(CNN) - Real estate mogul Donald Trump conducted an interview with a New Hampshire television station that will air Monday night, another sign the reality television star is seriously weighing a presidential run.
Trump will be one of the candidates featured in an hour-long special on Manchester-based WMUR-TV set to air Monday, according to the station. The interviews conducted by WMUR anchor Josh McElveen will air one year before the tentative date set for the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.
In an interview Friday on Fox News, Trump said a trip to Iowa, the first presidential caucus state, is "possible." "We're thinking about it," he said.
Trump's speech Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) – the annual gathering of conservatives that serves as an early testing ground for potential GOP presidential candidates – received a lukewarm response from the audience.
The New York native told the CPAC crowd he will make a decision on a 2012 bid by June.