In a staff editorial, The New York Times called for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to drop out of the Republican presidential race.
During last night's republican debate Cruz and Fiorina claimed that Obama's economic policies have hurt women. We check their facts. Despite Governor Chris Christie's pronouncement that last night's Republican debate was an intelligent...Show More Summary
The audience in Boulder, Colorado approved of the New Jersey governor's sharp response
In what was an exceptionally bad night for the liberal media and the debate moderators during Wednesday’s CNBC Republican presidential debate, Governor Chris Christie (N.J.) assailed co-moderator Carl Quintanilla for dedicating a line of questioning to whether daily fantasy football websites should face regulation by the federal government.
Over the weekend, New Jersey governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie forcefully—and shamefully—declared that the Black Lives Matter movement encourages the killing of police officers, joining the likes of Fox News...Show More Summary
In the first Republican presidential debate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush introduced himself by boasting that “during my eight years, 1.3 million jobs were created. We left the state better off.” Gov. Chris Christie talked up his state creating 192,000 private sector jobs on his watch: “We have a lot of work to do in […]
On Tuesday, CBS This Morning aired a friendly interview with co-host Gayle King and Governor Chris Christie and his wife Mary Pat yet the CBS host did try to hit the Republican from the left on gun control but failed miserably. After...Show More Summary
Speaking on CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, floundering presidential hopeful and current New Jersey governor Chris Christie blamed President Obama for encouraging a prevailing "lawlessness" in America, specifically by speaking out in favor of the Black Lives Matter movement. [ more › ]
Well, it seems New Jersey Governor Chris Christie isn't known for just being outspoken, but LOUD, too! The presidential candidate was traveling from Washington D.C. to New York City via the Amtrak trains on Sunday, when he was kicked off one of the cars for screaming on his phone. Related: Did Donald Trump Or Christie Say This [...]
It seems that simply being governor of a major metropolitan population center will not buy you any special privileges nowadays. New Jersey governor Chris Christie was booted off of an Amtrak train car earlier today for being too loud while making a cell phone call. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is having a bad morning. Read more...
The governor was having a loud conversation on his cellphone, seemingly oblivious to the irritation of nearby passengers.
New Jersey Governor – and 2016 Republican Presidential candidate – Chris Christie was kicked off of an Amtrak “quiet car” on Sunday morning after other passengers complained, Gawker is reporting. Chris Christie was kicked off the Amtrak...Show More Summary
No one is above the rigid laws of the Amtrak quiet car — not even a presidential candidate Governor Chris Christie, who was on the 9:55 a.m. Amtrak Acela train from Washington D.C. to New York Sunday, was kicked out of the quiet car for speaking too loudly on his phone, Gawker reports. Show More Summary
Gawker and CNN are reporting that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie committed one of the great sins of Northeast Corridor rail travel on Sunday morning. The GOP presidential candidate apparently boarded an Amtrak train from D.C. to New York, entered the sanctified “quiet car”, then proceeded to yell at his... More »
The governor reportedly repeated phrases like “this is frickin’ ridiculous” and “seriously?! seriously?!”
Chris Christie's presidential campaign confirmed an incident first reported Sunday morning by Gawker in which the New Jersey governor was kicked off the quiet car on an Amtrak train.
During an interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson rushed to defend the Black Lives Matter movement after the Republican presidential candidate criticized the group for calling for the murder of police officers. Show More Summary
New Jersey governor and, so it is rumored, presidential candidate Chris Christie tried to do something sensible for gun owner rights in Jersey, only to be stymied this week by his legislature. Details from Huffington Post: The New Jersey...Show More Summary
Kaci Hickox, the nurse unnecessarily quarantined by New Jersey governor Chris Christie, filed suit against the governor, as well as the former state health commissioner and a number of the state’s health departments. Read more...