New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Friday said his transportation commissioner Jamie Fox would step down by the end of the month to return to the private sector after only a year in the position.
The New Jersey governor said his pricey plan to track tourists and students using fingerprints "is a lot less expensive than [Donald Trump’s] two-thousand-mile wall across the entire southern border." read more
On the third night of Trevor Noah’s tenure as host of The Daily Show, he welcomed New Jersey Governor and Presidential candidate Chris Christie on the show. After an improvised line from Noah’s killed early on in the interview (he told Christie there’s a “requirement to lie” in his job), the two settled in and […]
Good news from New Jersey, where Governor Christie has pardoned three residents who had fallen foul of the state’s ridiculous gun laws. More details to follow. The three certificates are here, here, and here. It’s late in the game —Show More Summary
On September 22, news broke that governor and U.S. presidential candidate Chris Christie had given General Michael Cunniff, the leader of New Jersey's 9,000+ national guardsmen, a weighty ultimatum. The general had 90 days to slim down...Show More Summary
Republican presidential hopeful and governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, has given the leader of New Jersey’s National Guard a strict order: he has 90 days to slim down to meet military fitness obligations. According to a report from ABC News, Chris Christie ordered Air Force Brigadier General Michael Cunniff to lose weight after learning... Show More Summary
Chris Christie has ordered a National Guard leader to slim down. Chris, who is multi-tasking his role as governor with flinging his hat into the presidential ring, also serves as commander in chief of the New Jersey National Guard. And that makes Christie responsible for the 8,400 citizen soldiers in the National Guard, reported Philly.com.... Show More Summary
Ryan Adams and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will grace the stage as well.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has ordered the head of New Jersey’s National Guard to lose some weight. In a pun-filled story, CBS2 reports that Air Force Brigadier General Michael Cunniff was reprimanded by the Pentagon for failing and skipping physical fitness tests. Read more...
Just imagine, for a moment, being told you need to lose weight by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie wants the leader of New Jersey's National Guard to shape up. The governor has given Air Force Brig. Gen. Michael Cunniff 90 days to slim down and meet his obligations. The action comes after Christie's...Show More Summary
Are the New Jersey Governor, a large bird of prey and a referee conspiring to guarantee the Eagles a win over the Cowboys this week? The truth is out there, sheeple. It's been rumored for years that the NFL is rigged, controlled by the owners and the Commissioner to produce outcomes that lead to better ratings. Show More Summary
In an interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Friday’s NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie pressed the Republican presidential candidate on whether Donald Trump was hurting the GOP: “Is Trump doing long-term damage to the...Show More Summary
In the middle of Wednesday night's Republican primary debate, 32 minutes passed without Chris Christie being asked a single question. CBS This Morning asked the New Jersey governor for his analysis of the debate, since he had to watch it nearly as long as everyone else in the audience. (Christie... More »
A Hardball panel reviews an exchange in the second Republican debate in which New Jersey Governor Chris Christie interrupted Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina...
Chris Christie, desperately trying to get a headline out of this Republican debate, bragged about defunding Planned Parenthood over and over as governor of New Jersey, says everyone agrees that PP should be defunded and then: Let's ask Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
NJ.com: Gov. Chris Christie’s gradual pivot away from the gun control policies he had advocated as New Jersey governor took its sharpest turn yet Sunday evening on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. The governor and Republican presidential...Show More Summary
Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey and the presidential candidate most likely to drop out next, according to our Very Scientific Wonkette gay wizardry of looking for Christie support in the polls and not finding any, says he is not dead yet. Show More Summary
New Jersey governor Chris Christie's presidential favorability ratings have been falling since December 2014. He is faring so poorly that a Langer Research poll conducted for ABC News and The Washington Post released today didn't even bother to put Christie on a graph of the Republican candidates. Read the rest
DOVER, N.H. — Gov. Chris Christie’s gradual pivot away from the gun control policies he had advocated as New Jersey governor took its sharpest turn yet Sunday evening on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. The governor and Republican presidential candidate, while fielding questions...