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February 26th, 2014
10:44 PM ET

Christie Christie: "I have no problem with my poll numbers"

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is answering new questions about the bridge scandal engulfing his administration.

He appeared on a New Jersey radio segment 'Ask the Governor'.

Radio Host: You have political capital to advance second term agenda?
Christie: Sure. I have no problem with my poll numbers - still better than most people in my state.

It's an interesting comment in light of Christie's quip earlier Wednesday that pollsters are always wrong, just like weathermen, he said.

Christie also noted that no one asked him about the scandal during a town hall meeting - same as his last town hall.

But he did not note that both forums were held in very Christie friendly areas of the state.

Outfront tonight: Newsday Columnist Ellis Henican and Political Analyst​ Steve Adubato.


Filed under: Bridge Scandal • Chris Christie • News • Politics
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  1. AJ Gawlik

    Great interview between Erin Burnett and Steve Adubato on Christie leaership style and needing to fire more staff in response to the Bridge Scandal. Now Erin needs to put those same questions to President Obama and his leadership style that caused the ObamaCare Rollout debacle no one has been fired for that debacle and I am not asking if the President was aware of it or not but he has been hands off and has yet to hold anyone in his administration responsible for that scandal or any of the other scandals under his leadership.

    February 27, 2014 at 7:54 pm | Reply

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