In response to Mr. Butler concerning my public pension gibberish: I talked of a teacher telling me that he retired over 30 years ago.
His comments on Wednesday echoed statements made in a Newport, New Hampshire, town-hall meeting on Tuesday, where he warned marijuana users in states where it is legal to “enjoy it” while they can, because if he is elected president, that will be over.
Any notion that he is a moderate is a result of his state’s geography more than anything, according to Christie.
Arkansas attorney general says a New Jersey marketing company has been ordered to pay $190,000 in civil penalties for violations of the state’s consumer protection laws.
“That math doesn’t support Donald’s position”, the governor said”. Christie’s campaign has been struggling to gain momentum as he faces a field of more than a dozen other Republican candidates, including several current and former governors.
Christie reiterated his criticism of the Obama administration’s nuclear agreement with Iran by saying “the president lied” when he told the American people that the deal with Iran included “anytime, anywhere inspections”.
When you take an oath of office, Christie said, you’re agreeing to enforce the laws. He advocated for the Patriot Act, and noted he is the only Republican candidate who had experience using the surveillance act.
“I’m so fascinated with Chris Christie and everything he’s doing… he speaks from the heart – everything he says is just 100% genuine”. “We didn’t go seven years without an attack on this soil after September 11 by accident”.
“It is awesome to me that the Israelis were not at the table …”
Christie, in the interview, was also asked about his support for the Second Amendment. She has a particular fondness for the medical marijuana industry but also likes writing on energy, consumer goods, and technology.
If the majority really does want to legalize it, then Congress will, he said. “Just look at Patrick Murray and his tweets, there couldn’t be a less objective pollster about Chris Christie in America”, Christie said.
“We don’t have the right to stop Israel from acting in what they believe to be their national interest”, Christie said during a foreign-policy forum in Manchester, New Hampshire.