On Thursday morning, keen viewers in the 6 a.m. hour may have been struck with what was perhaps a Freudian slip of some kind, as the Morning Joe panel discussed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's exit from the race yesterday.
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination is over after his disappointing showing in Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire, the state where the New Jersey governor staked his chances at the White House. Here are 25 reasons why Christie’s...
The New Jersey governor is the tenth candidate to leave the exceptionally crowded 2016 Republican presidential field.
IN AN election season full of upsets and surprises, some old rules still seem to apply. One is that those running for president under false pretences will be found out. Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey and Carly Fiorina, the former...Show More Summary
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Christie campaign: New Jersey governor ends his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie expected to join ex-HP CEO on sidelines after poor result in New Hampshire primary.
The New Jersey governor may simply have missed his window by declining to run in 2012. Christie threw everything at getting traction in Iowa and New Hampshire but fell short in both.
Reports say the governor of New Jersey will announce today he's suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination for president.
Here is some stuff in the news today...After failing to impress voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is reportedly considering suspending his presidential campaign. Seeya.[Content Note: Disablism; mental...Show More Summary
Chris Christie will likely suspend his uphill battle for the Republican presidential nomination as early as today after a campaign that failed to revive past enthusiasm for the New Jersey governor... To view the full story, click the title link.
Chris Christie may be out of the running for the presidency. The New Jersey Governor suffered a dismal turnout in the New Hampshire primary and almost immediately announced he was heading home to regroup and discuss the state of his campaign with his family. Show More Summary
News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch called New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a “suicide bomber” on Wednesday. “Chris Christie, suicide bomber. Damages victim while blowing himself up!” the conservative media mogul said in a tweet. According to Politico, Murdoch was...
After trying to appeal to voters in New Hampshire for more than two months, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie failed to garner much support in the state on Tuesday night. He finished in sixth place out of eight major candidates in the...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will reportedly end his presidential run on Wednesday, after failing to get traction in a race crowded with other governors and dominated by the celebrity phenomenon of Donald Trump. Christie had staked his White House ambitions on a strong showing in New Hampshire,...
Christie, the New Jersey governor, will drop out of the GOP nomination race after a subpar performance in the New Hampshire GOP primary. Looks like his debate performance in painting Marco Rubio as a robot worked. Photo by Disney | ABC Television Group
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is reportedly set to announce on Wednesday that he’s dropping out of the presidential race, returning to a home state that can’t stand him and re-embracing a Bruce Springsteen who still doesn’t want to be his friend. Read more...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to end his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on Wednesday, U.S. media reported, but a Christie spokesman said the candidate had not made up his mind. “No decision has been made,” spokeswoman Sam Smith said in an email to...
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie, the pro-life New Jersey governor, will formally suspend his presidential campaign today after a poor showing last night in the New Hampshire primary. Due to the finish in the bottom of the pack and the fact that it is unlikely he would have enough polling to qualify for Saturday night’s […]
He returns to New Jersey to finish out the remainder of his last term as governor -- with a 31 percent approval rating. The post After Abandoning Moderate Views, Chris Christie Abandons Presidential Campaign appeared first on ThinkProgress.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will end his 2016 bid for the US presidency after loss in the Republican primaries in New Hampshire, according to media reports.