The Republican Governors Association has entered the race to succeed term-limited Gov. Chris Christie with an ad taking aim at Democrat Phil Murphy. Murphy is leading in polls and fundraising … Click to Continue »
Former Morning Joe ep and co-creator Chris Licht was in attendance, and could be seen shaking hands with New Jersey governor Chris Christie, among others.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says pharmaceutical companies have agreed to work on nonaddictive pain medications and additional treatments to deal with opioid addiction. The Republican governor made the announcement … Click to Continue »
It would take a long combination of events, but, yes, Chris Christie could possible arrange a Senate seat for himself. Voters are not enthused.
Steve Bannon and his opinions are of little consequence now that he has been fired, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has said in response to an interview the former strategist for President Donald Trump gave on “60 Minutes.” “Now that he’s been fired, no one’s going to really care...
U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez's corruption trial is driving a wedge in the New Jersey governor's race. The GOP candidate hoping to succeed Republican Gov. Chris Christie is calling for the … Click to Continue »
Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist and campaign chairman, ensured that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) would never obtain a cabinet position in the White House after the governor allegedly showed insufficient loyalty to Trump in the wake of Access Hollywood 2016 tape leak.
The outgoing New Jersey governor is reportedly in talks with both CNN and MSNBC.
Discussing the corruption trial of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Friday, political analyst Steve Kornacki predicted that it would be “unlikely” for Governor Chris Christie to be able to name a Republican to replace the disgraced Democrat, even after a criminal conviction. Show More Summary
The NJ governor reportedly has had conversations with both MSNBC and CNN about possible contributor deals.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is reportedly talking to MSNBC and CNN about becoming a contributor after his term ends.
The New Jersey governor's response to the lewd Access Hollywood tape leak precluded him from a cabinet position, the former chief strategist said.
The Hill reports: Former White House chief strategist says New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) wasn’t considered for a cabinet position in President Trump’s administration because he failed to offer support after the infamous and explosive release of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape. Show More Summary
A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll finds New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s (R) approval rate at just 16%. “The governor has long lost the support of the state’s Democrats and unaffiliated voters, which make up a majority of New Jersey’s voting bloc. [...]
Sen. Ted Cruz slammed on Wednesday what New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had to say about the 2012 Hurricane Sandy aid package on FOX News' Fox and Friends. Read more...
New Jersey governor Chris Christie attacked Texas senator Ted Cruz on CNN today for his supposed hypocrisy in opposing relief for Hurricane Sandy yet requesting relief as Harvey devastates the Gulf Coast. Christie said: Senator Cruz was playing politics in 2012, trying to make himself look like the biggest conservative in the world. Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor also addressed his infamous hug with Obama during Sandy: “I’d do it again.”
Chris Christie is not shy about giving you his opinion even when his opinion is a rotten load of northeastern Republican pork. The post Governor Gasbag Is Disgusted by Ted Cruz’s ‘Reprehensible’ Opposition to Pork Barrel Spending appeared first on RedState.
TRENTON — It’s a scenario that’s technically possible if U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez resigns or is forced out of office before mid-January: Gov. Chris Christie could appoint himself as Menendez’s replacement. But does “U.S. Sen. Chris Christie” have a chance of...
This story was originally published by HuffPost and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Chris Christie’s defining moment on climate change came early in his first term as New Jersey’s governor. On May 26, 2011, the brash, trash-talking Republican acknowledged for the first time that humans were causing the climate to change. Then, just three minutes […]