New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me today to discuss all things 2016: Audio: 07-31hhs-christie Transcript: HH: First, I am pleased to welcome back New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Governor Christie, welcome to the Hugh Hewitt Show. CC: Hugh, I’m glad to be back. Show More Summary
Bloomberg: Residents in U.S. states that have legalized marijuana should toke up while they still can, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said. “If you’re getting high in Colorado today, enjoy it,” Christie, a Republican campaigningShow More Summary
Chris Christie is looking for an angle to get him on that debate stage. Bloomberg reports: Residents in U.S. states that have legalized marijuana should toke up while they still can, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said. “If you’re...Show More Summary
Appearing on Fox News’s The Kelly File Tuesday night, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie blasted the press over the stunning double standard of its obsession with Bridgegate versus its minimal coverage of a possible criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal: “I'm waiting for the nightly specials on other news networks. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, on Friday blamed Amtrak for a week of nightmarish commutes to and from New York and called on the Obama administration and Congress to "step up their responsibility," and fix the problems. Show More Summary
In 2011, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was a champion to conservatives who admired his combative approach to critics and his willingness to stand up to the public sector unions. Moderates saw him as a blue state Governor who worked well with Democrats and who balanced the state's budget. Show More Summary
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stepped into his old high school in Livingston, New Jersey to officially announce his candidacy for president many assumed – given that it was explicitly a political event – that Christie’s campaign would pick up to the tab. But that would be wrong. A public records request by Blue...
One hundred and three years have passed since the last time a sitting New Jersey governor was elected president. Current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hopes to break that streak. He announced June 30 that he is a candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. Show More Summary
New jersey Governor Chris Christie joined me today to discuss the Iran “deal”: Audio: 07-15hhs-christie Transcript: HH: I’m joined now by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Governor Christie, welcome, it’s great to talk to you. CC:Show More Summary
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, many in the media declared he was the 14th Republican to officially declare his presidential candidacy. In actuality, over 100 Republicans have filed with the Federal Elections Commission as candidates for the GOP nomination. Show More Summary
"Real. Honest. Direct. Tell It Like It Is." Those were the words on a banner at a recent campaign event by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Christie is one of the latest entrants in the crowded 2016 presidential field, and political observers say that he's trying to distinguish himself by telling voters the truth even when it's tough to hear. Show More Summary
During a Tuesday morning appearance on the Cable News Network's New Day program, New Jersey governor Chris Christie was asked by panelist Katty Kay about his role in the possible “creation of a culture” in his administration that led...Show More Summary
A pair of New Jersey Democrats have devised a creative way to mess with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), who just embarked on a campaign for the 2016 GOP nomination: they want him to resign first.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said on Fox News today that Senator Ted Cruz shouldn't be lecturing anyone on intra-party fighting.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie returned to MSNBC’s Morning Joe Monday, after a two-year absence. The republican presidential candidate was asked about his popularity ratings having fallen at home. Christie suggested MSNBC itself might be partly to blame. Show More Summary
In a scene torn straight from your most unsettling sexual nightmares, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney hosted New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Florida Senator Marco Rubio at his house for a sleepover. “It was fun,” Rubio told reporters the next day, while we all shuddered, suddenly chilled to the bone by a nameless, creeping horror. Read more...
GOP presidential candidates Florida Senator Marco Rubio and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had some fun over the weekend at Mitt Romney's Lake...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) joined his old friends at Morning Joe Monday morning and told them that if there were another terrorist attack on U.S. soil, the pitchfork crowd should head to Senator Rand Paul's (R-KY) house.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie got the royal treatment from Jon Stewart. First Stewart reacts with exasperation as yet another Republican entered the 2016 contest. He said after Chris Christie surveyed a mediocre Republican field of candidates, he thought he just might have a chance. Show More Summary
Another week, another candidate. This time it’s New Jersey governor Chris Christie, Republican Candidate #16.