New Jersey Governor Chris Christie came in 6th place in New Hampshire tonight, and now there's some news coming out of his campaign tonight that suggests it's coming to a close.
It sure seems that way. Christie is reportedly heading home to New Jersey to re-evaluate his candidacy. He was very clearly a dog backed into a corner in the New Hampshire debate, and he attacked who he saw as the biggest threat on the way to being the “Establishment” candidate – Marco Rubio. Show More Summary
We don't want another Ben Carson type confusion. But Chris Christie - coming in 6th behind Marco Rubio's 5th place finish - says he's heading back to New Jersey rather than going on to South Carolina - to 'take a deep breath' and take...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is going back to New Jersey after a disappointing showing in the New Hampshire Republican primary Tuesday night. With a majority of precincts precincts reporting, Christie had less than 8% of the vote. He was projected to finish sixth, behind Ohio Gov. Show More Summary
NASHUA, N.H. -- Republican Chris Christie says he's heading home to New Jersey to "take a deep breath" and take stock of his struggling presidential bid. Continue reading ? The post Christie says he’s taking stock of his presidential bid appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Gov. Chris Christie said he is taking a pause from the campaign trail to “take a deep breath” and evaluate his presidential campaign’s future after a poor showing in New Hampshire, The Hill reports. Said Christie: “We are going to [...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) will be heading back to New Jersey to 'take a deep breath' and figure out the state of his campaign after his...
The New Jersey governor’s less-than-stellar showing in the New Hampshire primary will make it hard for him to carry on.
Another video of the moment when Chris Christie maybe ended Marco Rubio's campaign. After the jump... Read More ?
One of the prime questions to be answered by today's New Hampshire primary is whether Marco Rubio was seriously damaged by Chris Christie's verbal assault during Saturday's debate between the rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. Bizarrely, Rubio returned to the same talking point...
MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle insisted this afternoon that Marco Rubio suffered "more than a Muskie moment" on Saturday with his repetitious exchange with Gov. Chris Christie because the moment "went viral on YouTube."
DERRY, N.H. — By the time Chris Christie’s silver campaign bus pulled into the parking lot of T-Bones Great American Eatery — signature cut: the T-bone, $29.99 and served with a baked potato — Vermin Supreme and his band of merry pranksters were already there. Supreme is a trail-famous political... More »
BEDFORD, New Hampshire — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) isn't done needling Sen. Marco Rubio (R) for his repeating of talking points. After being roundly criticized — centrally by Christie — for his now-famous repetition during Saturday's...Show More Summary
Children conceived in rape – like me – took a beating at the GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire Saturday evening. Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Jeb Bush had some harsh words regarding the treatment of the innocent child conceived in rape, and I think their rhetoric demonstrates that they’re not really committed to ending […]
Bedford, N.H. — Marco Rubio might have a major problem on his hands heading into South Carolina: Jeb Bush. We don’t know which, if any, of the three governors — Bush, John Kasich, or Chris Christie — will capitalize on Rubio’s supposed last-minute slide and finish ahead of him tonight in New Hampshire. Show More Summary
Matthew Rozsa marvels at Marco Rubio's unexpected, but well deserved, political humiliation. The post Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and the Love of a Good Debate appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Chris Christie’s debate victory lap will continue until the New Hampshire polls close Tuesday night.
More Chris Christie knows how to work a room. The New Jersey Governor was met with cheers and raised glasses of beer when he entered T-Bones Great American Eatery at lunchtime in Derry, New Hampshire, on Tuesday. “Go Chris!” someone yelled. “You got it,” he responded with a point. “Are you going to come hug…
More As New Hampshirites prepare to vote in their state’s Republican presidential primary, allies of Chris Christie have launched an 11th-hour, “dark money” attack on Marco Rubio. Mailers sent to New Hampshire residents have criticized Rubio, a U.S. senator from Florida, for not being tough enough on illegal immigration and for utilizing a subsidy under…