Christie calls on Clinton to end campaign; says own path “is no different than anybody else’s”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog 

During his Thursday media blitz designed to secure a Debate #2 berth, Save Jerseyans, Governor Chris Christie stopped by CNBC’s “Squawk Box” program (watch here) and explained his path to the GOP nomination: doing well in either Iowa, New Hampshire or South Carolina. “My path is no different than anybody else’s,” asserted the Republican governor who is currently pretty far back in all three

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Doing well, of course, is a matter of perception. It could even be a strong, surprise 2nd or 3rd place finish not unlike what Bill Clinton pulled off in New Hampshire back in 1992? “I don’t think anybody should overreact now,” explained Christie.

His comments took on a decidedly more aggressive tone when the questioning turned to floundering the other party’s fading front runner Hillary “Hilldawg” Clinton (D-Some Server Somewhere).

“What she should really do is get out of the race,” Christie said of Clinton.“She should be disqualified to to run for president of the United States,” he said. “The top diplomat in America was doing her business on a private server that she hid in her basement. Do you think she wiped that thing because there’s nothing on there that incriminates her?” 

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1 thought on “Christie calls on Clinton to end campaign; says own path “is no different than anybody else’s”

  1. Gov. Pantload is hardly in any position to suggest that Cankles drop out the race – especially when he is polling in the single digits.

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