On June 30, a journalist who's covered Chris Christie for 14 years -- published a scathing op-ed that flat out declared "Chris Christie lies." This also happened to be the same day that the New Jersey governor announced his bid for presidency. Here...Show More Summary
Monmouth University's poll today indicates "69% of New Jersey respondents say he would not make a good president." When Christie was asked earlier about a similar poll, he responded "a lot of those people...want me to stay." Monmouth...Show More Summary
Yesterday, Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) has endorsed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) for president in 2016, becoming the first Republican...
In the New Jersey governor’s quest to be taken seriously as a candidate, he’s shed one of his best skills: his ability to entertain.
ROCHESTER, N.H. — At a town hall meeting here Thursday morning, a New Hampshire voter spotted a curious green bracelet on the right wrist of presidential candidate Chris Christie. When the voter asked the New Jersey governor what his wristband was for, Christie said he was showing support for Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a fellow […]
New Jersey native son Jon Stewart offers up his perspective on why his home state's governor won't win the Republican primary.
Chris Christie certainly tells it like he sees it. That's not to say he always tells it like it is. In a Republican presidential kickoff speech centered on a pledge to talk straight, the New Jersey governor sometimes exaggerated hisShow More Summary
Here’s the good news for Christie, if you want to be glass-half-full about it: At least he’s not running for reelection as governor.
Jon Stewart ridiculed Chris Christie’s presidential ambitions on Wednesday’s Daily Show, saying that the New Jersey governor had not only done the unthinkable within his party, but lost his place as the GOP’s resident self-proclaimed “truth-teller.” “How far must...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made his long anticipated announcement that he will seek the Presidency, and he did so at Livingston High School where he was president of his graduating class. Typical of Governor Christie, the event was long on biography and personality and short on specifics. Show More Summary
In a Republican presidential kickoff speech centered on a pledge to talk straight, the New Jersey governor sometimes exaggerated his record and skipped over more troublesome realities in a state with a struggling economy, a chronically...Show More Summary
It includes a Chillary Clinton koozie. New Jersey governor Chis Christie may be proud of himself for announcing his presidential campaign with a box of chocolates, but Hillary Clinton may have the White House-hopeful food game won. The Clinton campaign is currently selling a line of amazingly punny items designed for a summer barbecue. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that he was joining the other 75 or 80 candidates for the 2016 GOP nomination for president. But during his announcement, Christie seemed to prove that he is illiterate about American history. Show More Summary
Chris Christie joins the Republican field for president with an announcement at his former high school. Christie, the current governor of New Jersey, has worked to improve New Jersey’s fiscal situation. Christie earned a respectableShow More Summary
In an exclusive interview with newly announced Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie aired on Wednesday’s Today, co-host Matt Lauer used attacks from left-wing detractors to grill the New Jersey governor: “For all your talk about compromise, though, you have a mixed bag of reaction in this state. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie just announced his 2016 presidential candidacy and slimed us with his campaign slogan of "telling it like it is." So let's tell it like it is, shall we? The truth is that Chris Christie is a mean-spirited...Show More Summary
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that he would be the 14th Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election, his announcement included the well-established axiom: “I say what I mean and I mean what I say.” That could have easily been the mantra of another presidential candidate. His name [...]
Robert Costa, national political reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about how New Jersey governor Chris Christie made enemies of his...
The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC were out in full force on Tuesday night following New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie’s 2016 presidential announcement to attack Christie over his temper and use the Bridgegate scandal to argue that it’s “fed his image as bully” leading to “a long road ahead” for the nomination. Show More Summary
Experts claim that new Jersey Governor Chris Christie has a difficult task in his campaign to become the next President of the United States because of his tarnished reputation as a state governor.