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Feb 13 2016
After last night's New Hampshire primary, we’ll likely be losing Chris Christie, who heads home to New Jersey and to possible legal reckonings. But after causing the circuitry of Marco Rubio to misfire in front of debate watchers everywhere on Saturday, he deserves a nation’s thanks and a full presidential pardon. Rubio, who finished fifth last night, will stick around for now. PartyVanity Fair
Nov 23 2020
President Donald Trump's effort to overturn the election he lost is being increasingly undermined by the inanity of his legal claims and is causing some high-profile Republicans to peel off even with most of his party mute amid his constitutional arson.
The President's legal team, ruining time-honored traditions of a peaceful transfer of power, is firing off long-shot court challengesCNN (Online News)
Dec 03 2013
After saying he would sign a Dream Act in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday raised new objections to the version his state Assembly is getting ready to send him, raising questions about whether he is playing politics or trying to win the best possible deal from the Legislature.Washington Times
Feb 19 2014
A legal showdown is looming in the joint legislative investigation into the closing of the George Washington Bridge access lanes in September.
Bill Stepien, a key figure in the shutdown scandal and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's former campaign manager, is refusing to budge in the face of a subpoena from the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on InveUSA TODAY
May 09 2013
'I was stunned. My jaw dropped," said Gregory Hicks at Wednesday's House hearing on the Benghazi terror attack last fall and its aftermath. Mr. Hicks, deputy chief of mission in Libya under Ambassador Chris Stevens, was referring to the now-famous TV appearances by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice.Wall Street Journal (Opinion)
May 09 2013
Three Benghazi whistleblowers appeared before the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday to shed some light on the deadly terrorist attack that claimed the lives of four Americans including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, State Department official Sean Smith and former Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.The Blaze
Oct 08 2019
WHEN I THINK OF CNN—when I watch it, or when I scroll through Twitter, or when I think of what I want to write about it—I think of what Jeff Zucker, CNN president, said in 2017: “The idea that politics is sport is undeniable, and we understood it and approached it that way.”
I think about it when I watch Chris Cuomo bring on bad guests, and when I ponder his half-comprehensibleColumbia Journalism Review
Nov 30 2019
The Democratic establishment is increasingly irritated. Representative Tulsi Gabbard, long-shot candidate for president, is attacking her own party for promoting the “deeply destructive” policy of “regime change wars.” Gabbard has even called Hillary Clinton “the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party.”The American Conservative
Jul 29 2013
Senator Rand Paul attempted to rebut recent criticism of his stance on national security issues on Sunday, telling attendees of a Republican fundraiser in Tennessee that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and GOP Representative Peter King of New York were depleting the government's coffers by asking for federal disaster relief.CNN (Online News)