Laura Ingraham Interviews Chris Christie from Ohio (AUDIO)

Chris Christie called into the Laura Ingraham Show on Wednesday at the tail end of his two-day campaign swing through the Buckeye State with Mitt Romney.

Topics included Romney’s pro-life convictions, the Libyan embassy security scandal and, of course, tonight’s much-anticipated Veep debate:


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