Christie Talks Sandy On NBC/ABC/CBS/FOX/CNN/MSNBC This Morning

Christie Talks Sandy On NBC/ABC/CBS/FOX/CNN/MSNBC This Morning

Photo Credit: Municipality of Stone Harbor, NJ

Governor Christie is visiting six different morning programs this morning to discuss the grisly aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

During a conference call last night with elected officials and media, Governor Christie reviewed the latest forecasts and expressed optimism that the great clean up could begin later today. 700,000+ New Jerseyans were in the dark as of last night but more outages are expected as wind-battered, rain-soaked limbs fall on power lines. The storm made landfall in Cape May County (between Avalon and Sea Isle City) but the storm surge was ultimately 4.5 to 7.5 feet higher than originally projected and was worst in Monmouth County.

It’s going to be a long, expensive recovery, Save Jerseyans; Atlantic City is a perfect example where “about 85% of [Atlantic City] was submerged at high tide” and significant portions of the legendary A.C. Boardwalk were washed away. Some barrier islands were probably transformed forever after 24 hours of extreme flooding and pounding waves that might have been worse than the 1962 Ash Wednesday Storm

Watch Governor Christie break it down: 


The Today Show

7:10 a.m.

NBC-10 (Philadelphia Market)
NBC-4 (New York Market)
NBC-40 (Atlantic City Market)


Live Interview on Good Morning America

7:20 a.m.

ABC-6 (Philadelphia Market)
ABC-7 (New York Market)


Live Interview on This Morning

7:30 a.m.

CBS-3 (Philadelphia Market)
CBS-2 (New York Market)


Live Interview on Morning Joe

7:40 a.m.


Live Interview on Starting Point

7:50 a.m.


Live Interview on Fox and Friends

8:00 a.m.