Democratic state legislators in New Jersey plan to introduce a bill that would force Gov. Chris Christie to resign his office because he's running for president. "You can't run the state of New Jersey by cell phone, or text or Skype," said state Senate majority leader Loretta Weinberg (D). Show More Summary
Steven Benen at MSNBC says Donald Trump is driving the debate so far in the GOP primary, and that's not a good thing for the GOP: Jeb Bush is talking about Trump. Chris Christie is talking about Trump. Rick Perry is talking about Trump. Show More Summary
Jim Keady will be on MSNBC's The Ed Show at 5pm, as he says to discuss Chris Christie's lying this morning on MSNBC's Morning Joe. I only wish that the people brave enough to confront the Governor on the playing field of his record in New Jersey had more access to MSNBC's flagship Morning Joe, like Christie does. Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie still thinks the entire American media establishment owes him an apology. “They got crazy over Bridgegate and were convicting me the day afterwards of heinous acts,” Christie said. “Now, when they realize...Show More Summary
Chris Christie said he felt "embarrassed and humiliated" by the actions of his own team. Now he wants journalists to apologize to him over his own scandal.
At this stage, the 2016 presidential campaign is looking a lot like high school. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, for example, sounds like the locker-room bully who would torture Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal with wedgies.
Senator Marco Rubio, fresh off the heels of a sleepover at Mitt Romney's with Chris Christie, said the summit was "good." "We ate hamburgers and hot dogs, then we went out for ice cream," Rubio said Saturday as he shook hands and greeted potential voters while marching behind Christie at a July Fourth parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie got the royal treatment from Jon Stewart. First Stewart reacts with exasperation as yet another Republican entered the 2016 contest. He said after Chris Christie surveyed a mediocre Republican field of candidates, he thought he just might have a chance. Show More Summary
New Jersey wants Chris Christie to resign Monmouth Poll: Guv has abandoned ship: Only 27% of New Jerseyans say Christie would make a good president. The other big headline from the Monmouth poll: Majority of NJ voters think Christie should step down. Show More Summary
Tom Moran, editorial page editor for the New Jersey Star-Ledger, talks with Rachel Maddow about his experience reporting on Chris Christie and how the...
Rachel Maddow looks at Chris Christie's poor polling numbers in his own state of New Jersey and some of the reasons, from scandal to economic failures to his...
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Glad to see Jim Keady post here himself. Promoted by Rosi. Read more on JimKeady.com If you agree, please donate to my campaign (June 30, 2015) Today Governor Christie will be announcing that he is officially running for President. In...Show More Summary
Chris Christie snags dubious endorsement
Rachel Maddow reports on Chris Christie picking up the first Republican endorsement by a governor, Maine's Paul LePage. And Donald Trump made a good showing...
Are Governors Paul LePage and Chris Christie soulmates or what? They're both bullies, insufferably pompous, and fundamentally evil people. They also love each other, with LePage being the first Republican governor to endorse a Republican primary candidate. Show More Summary
So Chris Christie is running for president. No surprise there. Chances are he will never inhabit the living quarters of the White House. But the election is a year and a half away and anything could happen. Suppose he does become our next president. Show More Summary
Chris Christie's first ad about his Irish father and his Sicilian mother was a little long. So, this guy made a shorter version that smellss a lot more like the man than that official, glowing 2-minute piece of agitprop about the source of Christie's imagined moral compass. Shorter Christie:
Chris Christie political bridge burning haunts him for 2016