It would appear that New Jersey governor Chris Christie lost out on another position of prestige under the coming administration of President-elect Donald Trump.
NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—A once-prominent political career came to a shocking end on Friday as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was arrested for keying the limo of President-elect Donald J. Trump.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, an early supporter of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, is considering a run to lead the Republican National Committee, Politico reported on Thursday. Reuters could not immediately confirm the report, and representatives for Christie did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Show More Summary
Christmas came early for some taxpayers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania this year: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) has announced that he will not end the income tax reciprocity agreement with Pennsylvania. Earlier this year, Governor Christie announced that he would end the 38-year-old agreement with the Keystone State that allows New Jersey and […]
When the Trump train tosses somebody from the train, they don’t allow any baggage to stay behind, do they? It began this week when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a devoted Trump toady, was unceremoniously dumped from the Trump transition team, after months of fetching Trump’s lunch and enduring mocking comments on the campaign trail. Show More Summary
While he may be in the news for being on the outs from the Trump transition, as well as for legal troubles regarding Bridgegate, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is also leading a challenge to federal law that could have a quite beneficial effect in rebalancing federal-state relations. First, some background. Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump put vice presidential running mate Mike Pence in charge of his White House transition team on Friday, knocking New Jersey Governor Chris Christie down a peg as he began the work of filling top administration jobs. Christie will remain as a vice chair of the transition...
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has had a bad week. On Thursday, a top New Jersey legislator called for Christie’s impeachment, and today, vice president-elect Mike Pence replaced him as chair of president-elect Donald Trump’s transition...Show More Summary
Donald Trump shook up his White House transition team Friday, appointing running mate Mike Pence to head the process of filling key administration posts, and demoting New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to a deputy role. "The missionShow More Summary
Vice President-elect Mike Pence is replacing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as the head of President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, said a person familiar with the matter. The move... To view the full story, click the title link.
WASHINGTON, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Republican U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has removed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as leader of his transition team, handing the reins over to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence, a former U.S. lawmaker...Show More Summary
Former Congressman and Vice-president Elect Mike Pence is taking over the Trump transition team, replacing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.From...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was one of the first Republican leaders to offer their full support to now president-elect Donald Trump after Christie failed in his own efforts to become the Republican nominee for President. Christie is currently in charge of Trump’s transition team, and according to the Washington Post, the New Jersey Governor... Show More Summary
“Speaking publicly for the first time about the conviction of two former allies in the Bridgegate scandal, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called the plot to punish a northern N.J. mayor for not endorsing his re-election ‘one of the most [...]
New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who’s also Donald Trump’s transition director, was not a defendant in the Bridgegate trial, in which two of Christie’s allies were just convicted on all counts. Still, argues New York’s Chait, theShow More Summary
Rachel Maddow reports on the conviction of associates of New Jersey governor Chris Christie in the Bridgegate case, and Christie's ongoing involvement in the...
Two former aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie were found guilty on all charges in connection to the George Washington Bridge lane closures in 2013.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is unlikely to face criminal prosecution for the “Bridgegate” lane closure scandal, even after two of his former associates were convicted for their roles in the scheme on Friday. U.S. prosecutors have essentially conceded that charges are not...
The Bridgegate trial out of New Jersey came to a close today, with two former aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie being found guilty and convicted on multiple counts of fraud and conspiracy reports ABC News today. It reportedly leaves the future of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie uncertain, with many experts using phrases... Show More Summary
“Bridgegate” has yielded another round of convictions. After a six-week trial and five days of jury deliberations, two of New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s former aides were found guilty this morning of offenses related to the politically motivated closing of lanes leading to the George Washington bridge. Show More Summary