Here's New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, just three weeks after his re-election, already trying to divorce President Obama: In an interview with a local radio station Monday night, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called Obamacare a “train wreck.” "This is just an awful law. Show More Summary
Obamacare is a failure, it’s always been a failure, and it won’t succeed.” That was the blunt assessment of newly re-elected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in recent public appearance sponsored by the Wall Street Journal (see embed above). Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie went to this weekend's Princeton-Yale football game, and appeared to make friends with some of his more colorful constituents — a group of male students decked out in cheerleading drag. As The Daily...Show More Summary
Hollywood producer and Clinton loyalist Harvey Weinstein declared his love for Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight. Morgan asked Weinstein during the show's Friday installment "if he could enjoy...Show More Summary
Fox Business's Charlie Gasparino gets a wild scoop on Stevie Cohen, whose SAC Capital pleaded guilty to mass insider trading earlier this month and agreed to pay a $1.8 billion fine. So New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a frontrunner for the GOP nod in 2016, personally invited his friend to the governor's victory party: Cohen was among the roughly 2,400...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie would be running neck and neck if the U.S. presidential election were held today, according to a nationwide poll released on Wednesday.
Just yesterday, NBC News released a poll that showed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie trailed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by 10 points in a hypothetical 2016 match-up. But in a new Quinnipiac University poll released today, the two are virtually tied.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said moderate Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's "extreme" weight makes it difficult for some people not to comment on it. When Palin noted that women in politics get criticized over things...Show More Summary
New Jersey governor Chris Christie was dismissive of the Romney campaign’s political consultants Sunday morning, telling This Week host George Stephanopoulos that “nobody should really give a darn about” political advice from them.However,...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, November 5, to CNN's Jake Tapper: TAPPER: Do you think of yourself as a conservative, do you think of yourself as a moderate? CHRISTIE: I'm a conservative. And I've governed as a conservative. AndShow More Summary
On last night's "Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert took aim at newly reelected New Jersey governor Chris Christie for his repeated denials that he's already launching a presidential campaign for 2016 -- by appearing on as many national...Show More Summary
On Fox News's Hannity Monday, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's record on Second Amendment issues was going to be "tough" to overcome with conservatives. She said Christie was "flirtin'...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Matthews lashed out at Rand Paul, repeatedly calling the Kentucky senator a "pissant" for his criticism of New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Last week, during a Senate hearing, Paul chastised Christie for appearing in television ads showcasing his state's recovery efforts after Hurricane Sandy."Here's some real pissant... Show More Summary
Although he urged national leaders to find a solution to a "broken" immigration system, New Jersey governor Chris Christie refused to take a position on the issue, particularly when pressed on a pathway to citizenship. "I think the national...Show More Summary
In case you were wondering when all the gushing and fawning over Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will end, Fox News’s James Pinkerton has the answer. Appearing on MediaBuzz Sunday, Pinkerton said, “[I]f he gets the nomination against Hillary Clinton, they'll say, 'Okay, enough’” (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
That didn't work out so well. On the surface, last Tuesday's election results could not have been considered a good result for the radical faction of the Republican Party. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who earned the ire of conservatives...Show More Summary
Days after coasting to reelection, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie faced a barrage of questions Sunday designed to test his suitability for another role: presidential candidate. In appearances on four of the Sunday political talkShow More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s (R) greatest strength is also his greatest weakness, George Will said Sunday morning.“His great strength is that he can say ’I can flip a blue state’,” Will said.Appearing on Fox News Sunday’s panel,...Show More Summary
Conservative columnist Ross Douthat issues four cautions to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for a potential 2016 Presidential run in The New York Times. Don’t be Jon Huntsman. For the next two years, you’re going to be hailed up and down the Acela Corridor as the Great Moderate Hope, the anti-Tea Party candidate, the Man [...]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Newly re-elected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, widely considered a potential Republican presidential candidate in 2016, on Sunday declined to say whether he would serve out his full four-year term rather than run.