Two of Mitt Romney’s closest advisers — including his national finance chairman — gave maximum donations to Chris Christie’s presidential campaign, after the New Jersey governor’s widely praised debate performance in New Hampshire, the Washington Post reports.
The senator left a Marco Rubio Burger untouched during a radio interview, but responded to Mr. Christie's debate attack by slamming the governor's record.
Chris Christie had one objective at last weekend’s New Hampshire Republican debate: to destroy Marco Rubio. Christie succeeded. “I like Marco Rubio,” the New Jersey governor deadpanned, “but he doesn’t have the experience to be president of the United States.” Christie then spent the next two hours delivering a nonstop, laser-like evisceration [...]
A testy Chris Christie reminded George Stephanopoulos of his political “operative” past on Monday, hitting the Good Morning America co-host for bringing up the New Jersey governor’s low poll ratings. The former aide to Bill Clinton quizzed, “You have invested so much time and money in New Hampshire, though...still in sixth place, if you can't win there, where can you win?”
During Saturday night's Republican primary debate, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said he would use quarantines to prevent the Zika virus outbreak from spreading in the United States. From a Washington Post transcript: MARTHA RADDATZ...Show More Summary
Governor Chris Christie was in New Hampshire Monday campaigning for the GOP primary on Tuesday and was willing to do just about anything to get...
There isn’t much Chris Christie won’t do to win votes ahead of Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary. The New Jersey governor got down on bended knee to win over one undecided voter here. He dangled the vice presidency for another.
As Governor, Chris Christie has presented himself in an inconsistent, even scatterbrained way, often making decisions that go against earlier stated beliefs.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Two of Mitt Romney’s closest advisers gave maximum donations to Chris Christie’s presidential campaign on Sunday, the day after the New Jersey governor’s widely praised debate performance in New Hampshire, according to two senior Republicans familiar with the gifts. Spencer Zwick, who served as national finance chairman of Romney’s 2008 and 2012 […]
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Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich each hope to best the Republican boy wonder in New Hampshire.
During last night’s Republican presidential debate, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defended abortions on unborn children in cases of rape or incest. Although Christie opposes abortions in every other situation, he quickly came under fire from pro-life advocates after he referred to such abortions as “self-defense.” “I believe that if a woman has been raped, […]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie came out swinging in Saturday night's Republican debate on ABC. Florida Senator Marco Rubio looked like he was on the defensive for much of the night trying to protect the momentum he got with his third place finish in Iowa. Show More Summary
The single-most buzzed-about moment from Saturday night's Republican presidential debate was Marco Rubio's repetition of a line about Barack Obama that he continued using even after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie busted him on i...
SUCCESSFUL in Iowa and surging in New Hampshire, Marco Rubio went into the televised Republican debate on February 6th knowing two things. He was due a pasting—especially from the three governors, Chris Christie, John Kasich and Jeb Bush, who are vying with him for the mainstream conservative vote. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders barely use Uber. Hillary has fleets of limos paid for by Goldman Sachs isn't going to offend entrenched urban interests. Sanders walks (30 miles, backwards, in the snow). New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's campaign is among the least frequent users of Uber. Show More Summary
It was a tough night for front-runners in New Hampshire and a good night for governors. Marco Rubio hit a wall named Chris Christie. Donald Trump couldn't put down an aggressive Jeb Bush. And Ted Cruz had to issue a public apology to Ben Carson. Christie was the relentless prosecutor. Bush was...
In tonight’s Republican debate, Chris Christie claimed raising taxes on millionaires cost New Jersey $70 billion. Is he right? Well, maybe. But maybe not. In 2004, then New Jersey governor Jim McGreevey signed legislation that addedShow More Summary
Chris Christie stepped onto the ABC News stage in New Hampshire with only one goal: Hit Sen. Marco Rubio early and often. The New Jersey governor did just that on Saturday, remaining on message from beginning to end. His performanceShow More Summary
GOP candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie slammed rival, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, accusing him of memorizing speeches but having no grasp of how to actually govern during Saturday evening’s GOP debate. Christie accused Rubio of not understanding how to govern, saying, “See...