If nothing else, Republicans used their convention in Cleveland to get their hate on. The delegates who cheered Chris Christie's ersatz prosecution of Hillary Clinton had already made "lock her up" the event's lasting sound bite. Offstage, Trump surrogates accused Clinton of "treason" and called for her execution by hanging or firing squad. Show More Summary
Lawrence O'Donnell fact-checks Tuesday night's RNC speech given by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
NJ.com reports, “After calling the Senate president’s proposal to end a stalemate over funding for [infrastructure] construction projects ‘ridiculous’ earlier this week, Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday [July 21] delivered a counteroffer. Show More Summary
He called on the audience to "hold her accountable for her dismal record"
I am angry. For four days, I have barely turned on the television. I've caught snippets of the speeches from the Republican National Convention -- Chris Christie encouraging delegates to "lock her up"; Rudy Giuliani blaming blacks for...Show More Summary
Viva La Corzine!
Watching Trump's speech last night, Bernie Sanders asked in a tweet if he was running for president or dictator. It's a good question, especially since Chris Christie has said that Trump's first move as President would be a clean sweep of the Civil Service, which is supposed to be above politics. Show More Summary
“As you know from his other career, Donald likes to fire people.” That was New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) talking to the donor class in a closed-door meeting at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week. Christie was both recalling the reality television career of Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, and projecting […]
LOCK HER UP: New York Times Fact Checks Chris Christie Speech on Hillary as Essentially Correct.
Is this politics as usual or a scene straight from reality TV?
(Paul Mirengoff) After Night Two of the GOP convention, I wrote: During [Chris] Christie’s speech, the crowd frequently chanted “lock her up” — “her” being Hillary Clinton, of course. It was jarring to hear such a rallying cry, however justified, at a major party convention. Show More Summary
Thursday night will mark the official end to the Republican National Convention, and it has been quite a show in Cleveland. From Chris Christie—“Mr. Bridgegate” himself—lecturing Americans on ethics, to Ben Carson likening Hillary Clinton to Lucifer, to Rudy Giuliani’s vitriolic speech (because spewing vitriol seems to be what he does best), and lest we forget, […]
Whose speech was dumber: Clint Eastwood's or Chris Christie's?
Chris Christie spent his speech time on Tuesday night prosecuting Hillary Clinton for being a rotten lying traitor who is out to destroy America by sharing precious secrets via email from a private server lair deep within the nefarious Democratic Conspiracy Landscape. Show More Summary
Introduction Donald Trump, Republican candidate for the US presidency last week announced he is the "law and order" candidate, accompanied by then vice presidential contender and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.I wonder if all this...Show More Summary
During night two of The Daily Show's Cleveland RNC coverage, Trevor Noah went after Chris Christie and used the awesome power of three-word chants to his own advantage.
Former Ted Cruz campaign manager Jeff Roe ripped into Chris Christie on Thursday morning, stinging the New Jersey governor with a below-the-belt jab for his criticism of the Texas senator’s convention speech the night before. “That guy turned over his political testicles long ago,” Roe told radio host Chris Stigall. Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign manager responded to Gov. Chris Christie’s criticism of Cruz’s convention speech, saying that the New Jersey governor had “turned over his political testicles long ago.” Said Jeff Roe said on the Chris Stigall Show: “That guy [...]
Talk about a below-the-belt shot! The head of Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign said that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie “turned over his political testicles long ago.” In an interview with a Philadelphia radio station, Jeff Roe was asked about criticism of the Texas senator’s Republican National Convention address. Show More Summary
Ted Cruz campaign manager Jeff Roe almost literally hit New Jersey Governor Chris Christie below the belt Thursday, accusing him of having no "political testicles" in a radio interview.