Chris Christie is running a struggling campaign. He recently was demoted from the primetime GOP debate to the earlier low-polling debate. The Governor of New Jersey received a much needed endorsement from the New Hampshire Union Leader. Show More Summary
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Chris Christie's presidential campaign got a lift on Saturday night with the endorsement of the New Hampshire Union Leader, an influential paper in the state where the New Jersey governor has camped out in the hopes of catching fire...
Remember how New Jersey's Governor Chris Christie ("coincidentally," the State where thousands of "Arabs" gathered to cheer the fall of the World Trade Center on 9/11 according to his rival for the GOP presidential nomination, Donald...Show More Summary
“Americans for Tax Reform came out with a report six weeks ago and said I vetoed more tax increases than any governor in American history. I will do exactly the same thing as president of the United States.” –New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), Republican debate on Fox Business News, Nov. 10, 2015 Christie likes […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie says President Barack Obama continues to underestimate the threat posed by Islamic State militants despite the Paris attacks. The New Jersey governor, who was a federal...Show More Summary
In his speech at the Council on Foreign Relations, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie left no doubt a governor can master foreign policy. He made the case that he both knows the issues and showed the same disregard for elite opinion and passing conventional wisdom as Ronald Reagan did. (“We had a president who finally […]
It’s time for Governor Chris Christie to drop out of this cluttered, overcrowded race for president. Polling data out this past weekend shows what a train wreck his campaign has
New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie reacted yesterday to Donald Trump's claim that there were thousands of people in his state cheering on 9/11.
Mayor Khairullah refuses to let the threat of ISIS kidnapping discourage his humanitarian work. In the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris, New Jersey governor and 2016 presidential hopeful Chris Christie announced he would block any Syrian refugees from resettling in his state. Show More Summary
CNN's Jake Tapper pressed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie this morning on whether he would oust the refugees already in his state.
WINDHAM, N.H. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who has joined most Republican governors and every GOP candidate for president in calling for the United States to stop settling Syrian refugees, has started defending that decision based on his personal experience of Sept. 11, 2001. At two town hall meetings in the first primary state, Christie accused […]
"At no point did Governor Christie interact with this passenger nor did this passenger pose a verbal or physical threat to the Governor." [ more › ]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential campaign on Friday denied that the governor was verbally or physically threatened on an airplane bound for Boston, which was grounded and a passenger removed. The suggestion that Christie might have been threatened or felt threatened on the flight emerged on Twitter, when a passenger tweeted that United flight […]
The audio: 11-19hhs-christie The transcript: HH: Governor Christie, welcome, it’s good to have you. CC: Hugh, good to be back. HH: You know, I got you in hot water because I did a gotcha question. I didn’t mean to do a gotcha question, but the President went to town on it. Show More Summary
Earlier this week Bill de Blasio criticized Chris Christie for taking a stand against orphaned Syrian refugee children, but with Democrats across the country, including the president, attacking the New Jersey governor, the mayor needed a way to make his Christie-bashing stand out. Thus, at a press conference on Wednesday,... More »
Governor Chris Christie got a little testy with Jake Tapper today when the CNN anchor pressed him on Republicans taking a stand against letting refugees into the United States.
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio is outraged by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s response to the refugee crisis. “Allow me to be blunt and graphic,” de Blasio said Wednesday, as he held the picture of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi, a refugee who drowned last summer off the shores of Turkey. “I’d like to know what [...]
Above: New Jersey governor Chris Christie Christ, what an asshole. Gov. Chris Christie on Monday said the United States should not admit any refugees from the Syrian civil war — not even “orphans under age 5.” “I do not trust this administration to effectively vet the people who are supposed to be coming in in […]
Chris Christie said that New Jersey will not participate in the resettlement of refugees fleeing war-torn Syria.