Late at night, Christie doing 2016 foreign policy homework as he considers run for president

assetContentNEWARK — It’s after 9 p.m. on a Sunday night in late November and Gov. Chris Christie is deep into a conference call talking about nuclear weapons and Iran. One voice is advocating a hard line, arguing against allowing Iran any capability to enrich uranium. Another summarizes the status of current negotiations and argues that forcing…

Posted: December 24th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie | Tags: , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Late at night, Christie doing 2016 foreign policy homework as he considers run for president”

  1. Bob English said at 9:27 am on December 24th, 2014:

    I might have mentioned it before but I remember many years ago that Mario Cuomo talked about the incredible amount of issues that a possible Presidential candidate needs to study and develop positions on….not all foreign either….there are plenty of things that are not issues in NJ but could be in other parts of the country.

  2. Christie Needs to Stay In New Jersey! said at 10:18 am on December 24th, 2014:

    We have problems with our credit rating–so much so, it has been downgraded several times because Christie refuses to follow the law he signed into existence about funding pensions for state workers.

    He said he would be different than any other governor regarding transparency; however, he refuses to reveal who paid for his hotel bills while running all over the country and world for that matter. Who paid for those bills including the state police bills???

    Bridgegate–whether he knew about it or didn’t is appalling! If he didn’t, it’s simply amazing how his underlings could do so much damage without him knowing. And he thinks he’s presidential material??

  3. dentss dunnigan said at 3:36 pm on December 24th, 2014:

    Christie would have trouble helping a second grader with his homework ,with this he is way out of his element .