On the morn of Chris Christie's presidential campaign announcement, Star-Ledger editor Tom Moran looked back upon his decade-plus of covering the pugnacious governor and diagnosed him as a pathological liar.
His approval rating is at an all-time low and it's not unclear why. The post Governor Chris Christie Wants To Be President. Here’s How He Hurt New Jersey. appeared first on ThinkProgress.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie goes back to his alma mater today to announce his run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Christie chose to announce at Livingston High School, where he was senior class president and captain of the baseball team. He’s expected to be met by teachers from around [...]
“As soon as he makes his presidential announcement tomorrow, Chris Christie will race to New Hampshire for a town hall. The embattled New Jersey governor has little choice: he has to go all-in on the Granite State,” Politico reports. “Trouble [...]
Chris Christie, the Republican Party's latest presidential candidate, is selling himself as the big bold brand who’s not afraid to say what he really thinks. But how can the New Jersey governor run on this real-talk-from-a-loud-jerk platform when Donald Trump has already been performing a wonderf
In 2011, a draft-Chris Christie movement rippled across the country, fueled by Republicans unhappy with their presidential field and captivated by the brash personality of New Jersey's tough-talking governor.
The governor is leery of deals with Iran and Cuba, says one immigration solution is a clampdown on illegal hiring, and opposes same-sex marriage and Common Core.
When Chris Christie becomes the 14th candidate running for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, he'll be using a campaign slogan that many find ironic: "Telling It Like It Is." The New Jersey governor hopes the line will convey that he's honest and forthright to a fault, though he's been... More »
New Jersey’s governor faces many hurdles in the 2016 race. But if his record seems wobbly, he’ll have to use his most prodigious asset: his personality.
The New Jersey governor is no longer a front-runner in the 2016 Republican presidential primary race, but he is expected to stand out in the field.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is set to announce his run for the White House on Tuesday, but the question remains whether his “tough guy” image can...
If you’re declaring yourself as a Republican candidate for president, it seems you’ll need to plan to include Fox News host Sean Hannity into your roll-out. Hannity has another exclusive, this time with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie,...Show More Summary
This weekend was a busy one for Team Christie 2016: The NJ governor's presidential campaign debuted both ChrisChristie.com, emblazoned with the slogan "Telling It Like It Is," and a television ad, which appeals to potential voters who have Italian and Irish roots, and/or endorse the stereotypes associated with those lineages. [ more › ]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is the latest Republican to announce he is running for president. He joins an already overcrowded field of candidates seeking their party's nomination. But Christie stands out because an overwhelming...Show More Summary
The Democratic National Committee, which has spent years feasting on Gov. Chris Christie as a target for derision, is welcoming the New Jersey governor to the presidential race with a post on Medium that laces into his record.
When Gov. Chris Christie enters the race for president this week, he’ll do so as an underdog, the AP reports. “The launch of the Republican governor’s White House campaign is the culmination of years of groundwork that began even before [...]
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie has said before he believes the next president will be a governor. On Tuesday, he’ll make the formal announcement that he wants to be that person. But as governor of New Jersey for more than five years, Christie’s record provides plenty for opponents...
There is almost no doubt that Chris Christie is running for U.S. president in 2016 as the New Jersey governor launched his campaign website Saturday. The site premiered just days after invitations to his formal announcement Tuesday were leaked. Upon its launch, the site showed little more than an...
WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, days before he is to formally announce he is running for U.S. president, tweeted a link on Saturday to a website touting his campaign. Featuring the slogan...Show More Summary
Republican Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, who is pro-life on abortion, will announce he will become the 14th Republican seeking the GOp nomination for president. AP indicates the announcement is expected on Tuesday. The announcement comes just a couple months after he re-states his pro-life views on abortion and endorsed a Congressional bill to […]