Gov. Chris Christie
Republican Gov. Chris Christie played a central role at the state’s Democratic conference on Friday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday the emerging nuclear pact with Iran is a pathway to that nation’s achievement of nuclear weapons and to an even more dangerous Middle East. He also said he’d be open to putting U.S. soldiers “into the fight” against the Islamic State group if necessary.
A kindergarten teacher on Tuesday urged Gov. Chris Christie to tone down his combative style, warning the potential presidential contender that his temper wouldn’t play well across the country.
Gov. Chris Christie has broken with some other potential 2016 Republican presidential contenders over an Indiana law that gives heightened protections to businesses or people objecting to providing certain services on religious grounds.
Big-Money GOP Donors From Iowa Who Tried To Draft Christie In 2012 Aren’t As Eager To Support Him Now
This time around, Christie’s White House ambitions no longer appear to be an issue. But those once-eager Iowans aren’t as keen to throw their support his way.
If you’re an aspiring presidential candidate, says professional crisis manager Eric Dezenhall, right now is “a great time to take a pratfall because it’s so far away from anything major.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie canceled planned availabilities Tuesday with reporters in London after his comments on vaccinations sparked a political flap at home.
Gov. Larry Hogan was sworn in as Maryland’s 62nd governor Wednesday, pledging to be a fiscally responsible leader who will work to create jobs by making Maryland more attractive to businesses.
Whether it was Sony’s decision to cancel the release of a movie in the face of hackers’ threats, Cuba’s refusal to extradite a woman found guilty of killing a state trooper or pot laws that appear to be in conflict, Gov. Chris Christie repeatedly pointed his finger at one person Monday night: President Barack Obama.
Cuba said Monday that it has a right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives, the clearest sign to date that the communist government has no intention of extraditing America’s most-wanted woman despite the warming of bilateral relations.