His presence will not be missed in the Presidential Primary. Actually, it was barely noticed in the first place except for the occasional moment where he served as the GOP establishment’s attack dog. He spent a hilarious $852 per vote in New Hampshire and finished dead last, disqualifying himself from the next GOP debate. When Christie first arrived on the political scene, taking the heat to New Jersey’s corrupt labor unions, we gladly cheered him on and praised his brash demeanor the same way people cheer on Trump’s. But then he gradually revealed his disregard for individual liberty and the Constitution, and now I’m glad to be rid of him. I have no use for a fighter who fights without principles and for the wrong things.
After coming in 6th at the New Hampshire primary, the New Jersey governor suspended his campaign for president. Take a look back at him making fun of his own persona, his strongest debate moments
and multiple use of the word “rear-end.”