New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's approval rating in his state is just 26 percent, an all-time low, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Thursday. The governor, who endorsed Donald Trump in February, has an unfavorable rating of 64 percent. Show More Summary
Turns out, Chris Christie was just as intrigued by the Laremy Tunsil video as pretty much everyone else. The New Jersey governor joined WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton” radio show Friday, with the longtime Cowboys fan offering up his thoughts on the first round of the NFL draft. While there was talk of football, Christie and host Chris Carton […]
Recently, in Jersey City at Mayor Steven Fulop's Reentry Conference organized by former Governor Jim McGreevey, people from all walks of life got together--from Reverend Al Sharpton to Governor Chris Christie; from women just getting out of prison to representatives of Koch Industries. Show More Summary
A new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll in New Jersey finds just 26% of voters have a favorable opinion of Gov. Chris Christie (R), while 64% are unfavorable towards him.
Just 26% of registered New Jersey voters have a favorable opinion of Christie in a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
From the last Morning Jolt of the week: Your Cynicism About Politics Is Well-Founded. Those of us with memories that can go back a few months will remember that during his presidential campaign, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said...Show More Summary
With mass shootings ravaging America, will Chris Christie finally show some common sense on guns? This spring, New Jersey Democrats, civil rights groups, religious organizations, and child advocates are preparing an aggressive push for gun control. Show More Summary
His presidential dream has come and gone, but for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie bridgegate isn’t going anywhere.
The Republican frontrunner raised more than a few eyebrows by accusing Hillary Clinton of playing the "woman card" on Tuesday night — including, it seemed, those of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's wife.
Chris Christie may or may not have been held hostage by Donald Trump, but he has certainly found the place where he feels the most free. Christie humbly surrendered himself to The Boss at a Bruce Springsteen concert Monday night, letting his soul be free as he Dad Danced down The River. Show More Summary
It should be a new rule of the campaign that Donald Trump is allowed to give speeches only with a member of the Christie family standing behind him and making faces. (One will do, but both are preferable.) First, Chris Christie hung, albatross-like, around Trump’s neck as he spoke in Palm Beach, Fla. And on Tuesday night, […]
Donald Trump let Chris Christie out of his dungeon to attend a concert by a musician who absolutely despises him.
No, really, I am. I don’t think his endorsement helped Trump any at all, and it has given us some of the best moments of this campaign season. First there was the look of horror on Christie’s own face the moment he realized what he had...Show More Summary
At a speech and press conference on Tuesday night, Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of "playing the woman's card," and it didn't seem to go over well with some in the audience. Mary Pat, the wife of Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey,...Show More Summary
It's no secret that Bruce Springsteen is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's favorite musician.
After winning five primaries, Donald Trump delivered a speech naming Chris Christie as a possible running mate. Produced by Jacqui Frank Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Donald Trump swept the Northeast primaries last night and effectively ended Ted Cruz and John Kasich's hopes of denying Donald Trump the necessary delegates to clinch the GOP nomination. Our hopes for a shit-show of an open convention are fading...
CNN and the New York Times really want America to believe Mary Pat Christie hates Donald Trump. At Tuesday night’s victory speech,...
On Tuesday night, Donald Trump, who won five primaries and moved a step closer to the Republican presidential nomination, closed his victory speech with a swipe at Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. "The only card she has is the woman's card," Trump said. Show More Summary