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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?
"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.
New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter
"No, Matt, I don't know if you were on the air on Sunday. I got a day to absorb the buffalo atrocity before I had to comment on it in between there occurred the Orange County atrocity. And so I'm able to talk. I've been on the air live when shootings have occurred. And I was on the air live with 9 11. It's always hard to speak into that. But yesterday, Chuck Schumer blamed Fox News for it. I always think the Democrats go a bridge too far. I always think it's mental illness combined. And this kid's a racist. He's obviously fell into the rabbit hole of replacement theory and other weird nonsense. That comes out of white supremacist supremacism that needs to be denounced. But what do you say when the gun control advocates arrive? And New York has a red flag law, a red flag law that did not work. I like red flag laws. They're called stop orders in Arizona. Severe threat order of protection. I like that. It didn't work. It's on the books. What more can we do? I also support red flag laws. And I think this is a clear case of the system failing. The system's failing at every level, the shooter was referred to a mental health evaluation, which he confesses in one of his journal entries he manipulated in order to get a pass. So people weren't paying attention at the school. They weren't paying attention at the medical level. I also am very curious about the family situation. You know, he was there in the house with during the pandemic. That's where he says he began his radicalization. What were the parents doing? So this is a systemic failure. And I do think that we have to be aware that this subculture exists online and people have to be very wary of it and prepare to direct kids away from it. But you also need to have a situation where people in positions of authority are aware of these sorts of threats as they emerge and do what they can to stop them in the case of New York where you did have a red flag law. I think more needed to be done to prevent this young man from obtaining me awful weapons.
The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections
"I wanted to cover two things with you. One, I've got a column over at The Washington Post that looks at Republicans interested in 2024 when I come back to that, but based on last night's election results. We got a dead heat in Pennsylvania. We won't know for a day who wins. Madison Cawthorn is out, Ted bud is in, et cetera, et cetera. What is the state of the right judging by last night's results? Well, I think broadly the right is still motivated by a lot of populist energy. It's still broadly supportive of president Trump and his agenda, the Trump endorsement matters, but it might not matter all that much, and I also think we can say that the rate is definitely energized about the coming midterm election and has a real advantage in enthusiasm.
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
Putin Takes Mariupol, Faces Defeat in Donbas Region
"Putin takes mariupol, the battle for Mario pull is over, but wider Donbass victory slipping from his reach. This is from Reuters. Even as the Kremlin prepares to take full control of the ruins of mariupol city and faces a growing prospect of defeat in its bid to conquer all of Ukraine's eastern Donbass because it's badly mauled forces lack the manpower for significant advances. Western weaponry bolsters Ukraine's combat power analyst says Russia's forces are unlikely to be vanquished quickly even if there's no major new troop deployment materializing, setting the stage for the four week battle of the Donbass to be just grind on. Quote, I think it's either going to be a defeat, but the current force posture for Russia or mobilize the whole country. I don't think there's any middle ground, according to a Russian consulting firm. We shall see.
How Much Infuence Does Trump Have Left?
"So Chris Christie was on ABC yesterday. He said, Trump's influence is weighing. He pointed out the incumbent governors. He's against we're going to win. Like that wine is going to win handily. It doesn't matter. And the RGA led by Doug ducey who's no friend of Trump is out there funding a bunch of people. But Ted Budd is going to win in North Carolina and Christie got that wrong. Chris is just wrong about that. Ted Budd has got quite the significant advance over Rory. So I don't think you can say Trump's influence is waning. It's just sometimes he spends it badly. I will take a middle ground there and say that his influence is waning and he sometimes spends it better. I think that I think that if you look at a state like Georgia, it seems as if it seems as if the incumbent governor is going to win. Brian Kemp seems to be doing pretty well. I mean, listen, I actually, we don't spend a ton of time on Trump and punchbowl news, which is not our not our area of expertise, but if you look at a low books in Alabama is falling behind, Trump pads his endorsement record by endorsing candidates that either are definitely going to win or do not even have a primary opponent. He did that in Texas. Many of the people he endorsed were going to win either way. So I think that I agree with you that some of these candidates are falling flat.
Sen. Grassley: First Bro Jim Biden in Crosshairs of Hunter Business
"In the long piece that The Washington Post put out Sunday or Monday actually I think it was Saturday It doesn't matter Paragraph 5 as I pointed out in my Sunday monologue on Fox they said that there's no evidence that any of this is linked to Joe Biden They lied They lie Joe Biden said he was totally unaware of any of his son's business activities He lied Now he said they say he's confident that his son didn't violate any law which is it But there's more There's a lot more The wonderful New York Post Steven Nelson Chuck grassley says first brother Jim Biden in crosshairs of a hundred business probes Senator grassley and I want to salute senator grassley when his salute senator Johnson do you know they've had no support for Mitch McConnell None None No support from the Republican leaders pathetic In fact McConnell has spent more time trashing Donald Trump Then he has been demanding answers from Joe Biden Because that's the nature of rhino world Whether it's dizzy Lizzy trainee or a head case Adam kinger or the cape May orca Chris Christie Or the CEO and chairman of the Washington compost
The Money War Happening Right Now in Canada
"Deputy vice minister of finance, I can't get her name titled right ever whatever. The deputy minister of finance, whatever it is, vice minister of finance, she's, she, her name is Chris Christie of Freeland, which I think is hilarious. Her last name is Freeland. It's incredibly ironic. It's like, yeah, my name is Freeland and I'm now gonna turn Canada into North Korea. And so she's finance minister christia Freeland. Thank you. She's a World Economic Forum graduate. She is a George Soros sympathizing type individual. In fact, I think she ran the open society foundation in one way or the other. She was an officer of the open society foundation. And she has been very clear and she has been quite forthright that listen. If you participate in wrong think, if you say things we don't like, we're going to take your money away. If you speak openly about what's happening in the country, otherwise known as Canada, then we're going to seize your assets. Now, this is something that I want to dive into because first of all, it's completely until the impressive, but it's not just going into bank accounts. It's even deeper than this. Okay, let me play some tape on this play cut 97 where she has ordered banks to begin freezing accounts. We're going to come after your money. This is the confiscation of private property. Play cut 97. Okay, so the names of both individuals and entities. As well as crypto wallets, have been shared by the RCMP with financial institutions. And accounts have been frozen and more accounts will be frozen. No court order. This is not like Al-Qaeda is trying to traffic funds through Canada and a judge freezes the bank accounts. This is a court order. This is about a warrant. She just wants to take your money away. Play cut 98, finance minister
Chris Christie Rips Trump's Jan. 6 Claims: 'He Actually Told the Truth by Accident'
"Because, frankly, I'm getting a little tired of the Chris Christie's of the party. Here was governor Christie. Over the weekend, appearing on ABC's this week with Martha raddatz. The vice president took on January 6th spoke loudly, and I'm glad he's finally put words to it. I don't know why it took him so long, but I'm glad that he did. And let's face it, let's call this what it is. January 6th was a riot that was incited by Donald Trump in an effort to intimidate Mike Pence and the Congress into doing exactly what he said in his own words last week overturned the election. Now he's tried to do a clean up on aisle one here and correcting that stuff, but it's not going to change. He actually told the truth by accident. He wanted the election to be overturned. Donald Trump did respond to what the vice president said. And I think it's kind of akin to the kid standing in the corner holding his breath. It's immature. And it's beneath the office that he held.
Only State Legislators Amend Election Laws, No One Else
"This reminds me of what took place in the lead up to the 2020 election I'm not talking about ballots and voting machines I'm talking about the law changes that took place Illegitimately in violation of the federal constitution Are you paying attention Chris Christie AKA the cape mayorca Are you paying attention Paul Ryan AKA Paul Ryan Are you paying attention Liz chain asked she's a moron You get the point ladies and gentlemen It is we who are standing up for the federal constitution when it comes to the issue of who sets election laws in the states Is it a governor No Is it a lieutenant governor No Is it a Secretary of State No Is it a board of elections No Is it a state Supreme Court No Any state court No Hello is it a federal court No The framers would never have given this kind of power to any of those entities They relied on state legislatures state legislatures have to amend the constitution State legislatures at least had a voice in the United States Senate at the time before the Seventeenth Amendment not governors not courts state legislatures
Let Us Not Forget Joy Reid’s Homophobic Blog Posts and Subsequent Hacking Lies
"No joy Reid had a blog. 2007, 2008, 2009, before she became a hostel innocent behead. And in her blog, she made a number of posts smearing, mocking, attacking, gaze. She implied that Tom Cruise was gay. Karl rove. She said was gay. The then senator of Florida. Chris Christie. Charlie Christie. Charlie Chris weaver. She's called him miss Charlie, miss charley, stop pretending brother, it's okay, you don't go for the ladies. And another one she wrote, now he's married to a girl, Charlie Chris is being sought for all kinds of good stuff. Quote, I can just see poor Charlie on the honeymoon, ogling the male waiters and taking to himself, God, do I actually have to see her naked? It included a joke with Chris having sex with senator John McCain? She implied that chief justice John Roberts son is gay. She also said this, quote, most straight people cringe at the sight of two men kissing. She also said quote, adult gay men tend to be attracted to very young post pubescent types. And in one post, she said, quote, does that make me homophobic? Probably close quote. Now these posts emerged after she got a job as a host on MSNBC. And guess what, she denied making them. She said she'd been hacked. She was a victim of a homophobic hate crime. NBC hired a forensic specialist to determine whether or not she'd been hacked. She wasn't. She lied. And later on, she acknowledged she'd posted them.
The Coordinated Effort to Ensure Donald Trump Doesn't Run in 2024
"Forget about this. The FBI that can October announced that according to their investigation, there was no coordinated effort during the January 6th riots at the capitol building. So I'm still not quite sure why we have to have this congressional committee investigating all of this after all. But I want to explain why. It is, this is a, this is a coordinated effort to make sure that Donald Trump never runs for office again. That's what this is all about. Folks, you've got to put the puzzle pieces together. This is why you've got Chris Christie out there now, leading the charge. Behind the scenes you have Ronald mcdaniel over at the RNC headquarters, no friend of the president. I know what she's saying in public, but we know behind the scenes there are efforts of foot by establishment Republicans to make sure Trump doesn't run.
It's Time for Americans to Get Back to Work
"You know, governor Chris Christie has been criticized lately because he's trying to get back into the stratosphere with his book, his book hasn't done very well. And he's been really hard on president Trump about January 6th about election integrity. I don't know about Chris Christie but I know he said something on ABC cut 5. He said something that to me is pretty crucial. This is a we have a problem in America right now. A big problem. Why don't you check this out? Cut number 5. Look, workers do it more leverage now, but Donna, it's time for them to go back to work. I quite frankly don't care whether they're ready or not. You know, it's time to go back to work. And if the president continues to give people excuses not to go back to work, he's not going to get over this problem. And saying that I'm working on the supply chain and working everything else is something that this public's not going to understand. He needs to acknowledge the problem. He will not acknowledge the problem. And people then think he's not getting it. Nobody's acknowledging the problem. We got inflation, a soaring at record heights, nobody's understanding. We've got a jobs problem in America. And I don't, I can't get anybody to understand. Listen to this from axios about half of unemployed Americans say health issues are the primary reason they're not working. Mental health problems in America have reached epidemic proportions. If one of the key drivers of the labor shortage in America is Americans physical and mental health rather than lack of economic growth, that means the fed isn't well placed to get millions more people
Julie Kelly: Chris Christie Doesn't Have Anything New to Contribute
"I think, of course, you are correct. I can't imagine what Chris Christie is thinking, except that he wants to sell some books. I don't even know why he continues to represent the Republican Party or conservatives like he does on ABC News. He's so out of touch with the base. I really doesn't have anything new to contribute. And so, you know, as far as his comments on January 6th, he's going along with the group, think I'm sure he is not done any investigative research or recording. So I urge Chris Christie if he wants really some factual information about what happened on January 6th, he can look up my reporting at am greatness dot com and maybe he'll learn a thing or
The Political Cost of Distancing Yourself From President Trump
"I think the real message behind Chris Christie's book not selling is not the message in the book, but the fact that like Hillary, he has become irrelevant. I would take it one step further, I think the fact that Chris Christie is sort of denouncing Donald Trump, even though he claims their friends still and pretends that everything's all as well. I don't think it would be right with president Trump. I don't think he would say good things right now that Chris Christie. So the fact that he sold like 2000 books or something his first week and it has bombed despite all that media infatuation he had. He was everywhere every network show the view. We interviewed him, you know? I've always liked governor Christie. But like the phrase I like to use, the dogs don't like the food evidently and it's not a winning message for a prominent Republican. And I do think this is the political lesson here. There is a kind of a losing message behind denouncing or criticizing or trying to distance yourself from Donald Trump. It's not going to work. Americans miss the guy. We look back at those four years wishfully and realize how much better we are, how much better we were under president Trump than President Biden.
Chris Christie's New Book Is Bombing
"Chris Christie has been making the rounds. The former governor of New Jersey. And has a book, a new book out. That according to the daily mail in the first week available in bookstores, Chris Christie's book titled Republican rescue, sold just 2289 total copies. It's bombing. Press run author Eric bohler called the sales figures, a colossal publishing flop and debacle for Chris Christie. 2289 copies, meager book sales. Now Chris Christie is saying you've got to reject Trump. I mean, he's a friend of Trump, but he said he disagreed with Trump completely over January 6th. He says we got to put January 6th or we got to put the election of 2020 behind us. We got to look forward. Well, guess what? The dogs don't like the food. Apparently. And Chris Christie's book as of Tuesday of this week, Chris Christie's book was ranked number 12,589 in Amazon's Kindle store.
"chris christie" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Biden is obviously responsible for Fox News and Republicans who spread vaccine misinformation has the government meaning Biden done enough COVID cases are on the rise It's obviously Biden's fault because my God That concludes the meet the press section of my chicken scratch I don't like myself very much Would you like to start with Bill Maher You know what's so weird A lot of people noticed he did not bring up his favorite subject which is fat shaming with his guest Chris Christie He did Right who almost died from COVID by the way Right But he didn't bring up like this special treatment he got because he was Trump's buddy So he got access to the antibodies and all the other stuff None of us the rest of us could have gotten access to it Our doctor Kristin we got COVID They left Called us a week later Yankee suck it Yeah Okay I believe that's what my doctor said My doctor said sake really Yeah like I could have gotten rubbed with severe or whatever the hell Chris Christie got Oh my God we learned such a coward I want to bring up your favorite subject I was only fat people that deserve to get covered It's only fat people to die Oh my God And then he lets him go Oh my God He lets him get away with talking about Joe Biden's approval rating He left New Jersey with a 14% approval rating He had the lowest of any governor in the history of this country And he let him set there and talk about Joe Biden's approval rating which is in the 40s depending on what poll you're looking at Yeah Can I just say Nicole Wallace is not just a lifelong Republican She was George W. Bush's spokesperson and John McCain's campaign manager And she did a 6000 time better job with Chris Christie than Bill Maher did who claims to be a liberal of some sort right She brought up how do you write a whole book about Republican lies and saving the Republican Party And not mention Fox News at all Chris Christie tries to say he doesn't have any idea what Tucker Carlson does Right Who is the main propagator of lies on the right about COVID about January 6th right This patriot purge documentary that John Goldberg and what's his name Stephen Hayes Fox over because it's really dangerous As Eric boller writes GOP violence is the most important political story in America Thank you Eric Once again oh my God we're gonna both sides ourselves right into a Civil War Yeah I'm telling you This rittenhouse verdict could not be more dangerous I mean where is it Travis Where's the tweet Who is O 'cause you Oh God you should know better than that That's worse than what I did It's going into the right wing fever swimming I don't yeah That was again a mistake Bad boys Proud Boys call for stacking up bodies like cordwood after rittenhouse verdict So here we go right And the fact that people are just celebrating this like you know with their Christians that went to celebrate two people's deaths yesterday on Sunday It's an article Facebook's algorithm is after the rent house verdict Facebook's algorithm was flooded 9 to one the articles that were being shared on Facebook were about rittenhouse and celebrating his acquittal Yeah From the far away tweets Kyrie rittenhouse is a great reason for gun control Really I mean even if you're on the right you're cool With whatever unstable 17 year old carrying a weapon of war to shoot people he doesn't like He doesn't agree with the team They could be grown adults carrying these weapons Right They don't care Right But okay All right I'm gonna put the state all right You have some Turkey and stuff in here don't you I mostly plant based I had a fantastic tofurkey last year with Joey Hamilton Is there such a thing as a fantastic person Such thing as a fantastic tofurkey It was fantastic There it is now I am making my mom's Polish sauerkraut for her for Thanksgiving Okay Yes She has Alzheimer's as you know and my sister's like we don't even know if she won't bring my mind then I ask my mom about Thanksgiving and she's like oh the Polish sauerkraut I'm like she remembers that sauerkraut If she forgets everything else I am making a sauerkraut Or you can make it more for you than for her It was like a hostage thing I got on the phone My sister like you pick me down to our sorrow Mushrooms and onions Just have it ready for me And dill weed that's the special ingredient I could do it every year You just boil the sauerkraut for about 20 minutes in water drain it and then you stir fry it and I just use a little healthy oil like olive oil My mom used bacon fat Well I don't do that That makes everything going Right That's not good enough Little oil Saute mushrooms and onions Saute the sauerkraut dill weed Well salt and pepper dill weed Don't burn it though I'm not having that That is optional in the lower household Some years it was burned Depending on cocktail hour some years it wasn't Every hour was cocktail hour in the 60s Mad men Limburger cheese and eyeballs or whatever the hell I watched how many limburger cheese on saltines That was gross Okay Or they would do herring on saltines or limber.
Will GOP Messaging About Election Integrity Help or Hurt Republicans?
"So last night, Mike lindell sat down with president Trump. For a 40 minute interview. And you know, the mainstream media dismissed it, barely covered it, ridiculed it. But I wanted to ask you, I want to bring it to you. And I want to talk a little bit about Mike and former president Trump and you. I want to talk about that continuation of putting your neck out there and saying that something was wrong with November of 2020. We've got to get that fixed. And or we may never know. We may never win another election. Chris Christie has emerged. As a guy who clearly, at least, I think, as of today, wants to run for president in 2024. And the former New Jersey governor has the approach of we can't look backwards. We got to look forward. We got to make the our political opponents be Biden and the Democrats, not one another. Republicans shouldn't turn on Republicans, and he's got a very stern and harsh assessment of president Trump's behavior on January 6th. He just thinks the president should have been more forceful in condemning the rioters. He tried to reach the president. He says, numerous times, they wouldn't take his call. And, you know, I'm sure he's going to get a lot of flack for that. But I want to play some of this interview. Because I want to talk a little bit about whether or not you think it's a good approach because right now, Republicans seem to be in the driver's seat. We've got a divided government. We have a divided nation, we've got a lot of polls showing that the Democrats are underwater. And it seems to be almost a foregone conclusion. That we're going to take back the house of the Senate next year. Nothing is guaranteed, but it sure seems like it. So the question becomes, as president Trump continues, his messaging about election integrity will that help or hurt
AT&T and CNN Welcome Liars Like Carl Bernstein
"Go ahead Led this conspiracy by the president of the United States There you go There you go This man is unhinged Sounds like Chris Christie Sounds like Liz Cheney Liz's new friends It was led by the president of the United States The man is no evidence whatsoever So why does CNN put him on Why does AT&T which owns CNN Provide a platform For such a buffoon For such a liar You lied all throughout Russia collusion He's a hack He's obsessed And yet AT&T in many of you pay AT&T a lot of money every month AT&T subsidizes this Whose subsidize this
"chris christie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're a one issue voter and tax rate is your issue we're probably not your state Not your state Who says that Filmmakers Murphy says he was talking to a business group explaining that New Jersey is never going to compete with low tax states but they should want to come here for what the state does have to offer That means the best public schools in America It means among the best healthcare systems in America It means a location second to none that we need to invest aggressively in as we are in the infrastructure in particular It means the quality of life It means extraordinary diversity The governor has also been countering cinna valley splits on taxes by arguing that he has made the state more affordable and shifted the burden by raising taxes on millionaires Mike de haim is a Republican political consultant who was the architect of Chris Christie's two successful campaigns He thinks only part of that message will work for Murphy I think that's not what people are looking for Making things more affordable Yes redistributing people's wealth No when you already have the highest tax burden in the country the worst in the country you have to try to address the taxes There's a public perception that Chris Christie lowered taxes and Murphy's attacks and spent liberal But the numbers tell a different story Property taxes went up by 18% in Chris Christie's first term compared to 4% under Murphy and the spending cuts during the Christian years coincided with a poor economic performance New Jersey lagged behind almost all other states in its recovery from the 2008 recession Today judging by 6 economic indicators that has changed New Jersey's got the strongest economy of any state over the past few years And that's not by accident Brandon McCoy is the president of New Jersey policy perspective a progressive think tank He argues Murphy's been successful because during a recession government needs to spend more not less It's really hard to see have an objective view of this and consider him anything but really good McCoy points to lower taxes for people with low and moderate incomes Lower costs for child care and college Investments in state infrastructure and the first full payment into the state pension fund On the other side of the research aisle a Republican think tank released a report last month that criticizes the 30% increase in Murphy's budget during his four years in office One of the authors of that study is NYU professor thaad calabrese who studies public finance He's critical of Murphy and every governor who's come before him for balancing the budget with one time pots of money and going into debt Anyone who says that issuing bonds to pay for their operating budget is a good thing is probably a bond issuer I've never heard anyone who's any serious financial training or budget training think that paying for recurring expenses in your operating budget by issuing debt is the proper and good way to finance a government New Jersey government is expensive because pay is higher here and the state has 565 municipalities and almost 600 school districts An inflation drives up those costs Mark phifer a Red Cross university policy fellow who focuses on local government finance says Murphy is making needed investments that were ignored by Christie I think he's done a reasonable job Taxes on the average middle class lower income class individual because of state actions had not gone up significantly Pfeiffer says that one of the ways to get the cost of government lower would require tripping another third rail.
"chris christie" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Moving. On movement in another update on shoes, we've got another collaboration with a plant. Flea market between Nike and they've been absolutely smashing collaborations when it comes with mccolm quite a few shoes quiet ubisoft appro in a very short period especially considering. how New the brand is I don't think the actual person running a branch a young lady. Is really new to the industry because you know you don't go. From being a fairly unknown person suddenly being friends of everybody in L. A. and everybody you know anybody who the fashion streetwear hype BC realm without having some connection Ghanistan some shows he has nothing links but for a new brand to kind of go from zero to whatever they've gone is amazing. Some might call her a plant. Get that yet spit baton however. Really good stuff and I like these again at my favorite modal again, I'm a pepper issue with Maki, trying to force feed dunks down people's throats for the best part of what two years if it was like every two years they try and just for some back down our throats, it feels like they're trying to make. As much of a staple as air force wanted never gonNA. Get to that level I just don't think that's the case. is about not being as comfortable as Air Force wants whoever is the fact that they don't actually have you know I was thinking maybe it's the fact that Nike don't actually have a general idea version of plain dumpy eagerness by JD, sports or footlocker or a for action wherever you live right or sized. Did it have one other thing? They do like a general shape quality standard dunk low dunk me Don carty purchase you go into officers purchase and often exists if it did exist. I mean in essence similar to like whatever is one have with a why we do why lows mids and and White Blacks and blacks warren that restricts in it. They have those two or does to iterations of shoes they kind of you know, give them a shop. So you already know what that looks like..
"chris christie" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Lancaster University is adding additional layer of hardship told already e present situation of course, not expected them to give away for free but charging seventeen, ninety five is insane. I remember when I was in school or even the second question we'd have like a school free school meals for disadvantaged kids that is sitting on, but it was also definitive. Image Save the love kids right. I'm pretty sure law people wouldn't eaten a meal. If didn't have this things, they had this breakfast club at a opened up right allowed kids to come in early in the morning. Sometimes an hour before your school starts to get a heavily heavily heavily subsidized breakfasts that would mean anything between imagine you get a box of Sir a bowl of. A boulevard will what they called a bowl of frosties something. Right and you pay not twenty pence right and then you know and they've legitimate will be a ball like a massive massive ball frosties for twenty pence. I'm just get some toes toast with a cup of tea or something I just really simple breakfast up a ridiculously cheap and sometimes. Of course you know some I'm sure didn't have the coins and the mums most of the people that will dinner like in Moscow what kind of mums an area will just you know slip them extra toasted him some milk here and day in a really dignified way for the most part especially, the Times I went to most of the kids are eating. Breakfast in the morning were the kids that were kind of suffering home has some hardships at the kind of needed that twenty P, frosties whatever long way in addition to the free school meal get Larry Day it kind of held them through until the following day squad by kids especially when was in school looking back at why people just hang around school so much because legitimately O.`Neil full. Of Joy and fun they had alive especially you know when you go back home, you don't have Internet prior to smartphones. Do you have Internet you no. By No WIFI, no computer console, your sense of just you know staring into the night, all listen to pirate radio. So those things score really really important and I know how much pressure does little things took off parents as well. Right? Have you give your kid pound and he can legitimately hold himself for the entire day was sick. So to imagine especially during his era, this tired of going into especially university right versus people are from all different levels of economic scaled are going to UNIDO not all rich kids I'm just you know regular kids were just trying to make something of them although of their lives especially for such a terrible time you spent imagine you're eighteen years old and you spent flipping several moms are not going to go to school no, no grades are GonNa. Get. No not knowing exams going to get graded right way SOC uncertainty and now your Friend University was Mitch's be your safe haven.
"chris christie" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Now it is too many people invested. into WHO's going to be the next president and people know legitimately think trump in existential fret and they think the is going to begin to democracy as Bruce springsteen Marcy, these other videoed I mentioned prior. So there's a steak and people are really trying to ensure their person wins. I'm shu-ming the people running the people the front become on Harrison to Mike. Pence. On trump's violence they feel that pressure. So once they do gain front of each other for a debate, they're not going to be cordial Elvis you're going to shower every time they'll barbecue of wasn't just trump Guys doing it right. And naturally as well, the the moderators at the channels to happen lots of blames off of the affair they didn't moderate. Right. They didn't have an ability to meet a person's microphone or whatever. They essentially let of candidates you know rag doll, the entire events academically see. Why some people were basically pushing for virtual events so just so you can have a little bit more control as to who guest time to speak, whatever may be an funnily enough actually even people think trump will come out worse I think they both look good if they give him time to actually speak on their policies and she given five minutes to flesh. Out a point or to kind of you know to maybe clarifies things Nepal I don't ever going to come out of this roses it continues. Yeah. So the US election will be held in November latest opinion polls given Mr Biden as a high single digit lead nationally but come as often decided in battleground states with the state's raises can be Moscoso. What did he actually say his comments Jergen if an interview with Fox News with Fox business channel on Thursday Tasha new miss. A number of the key matters including his health and publicity. So impossibility of moving towards a stimulus package economy, but it was his comments a debate former that drew most attention. So he says the follow Mr Trump said, I'm not GONNA waste my time on the personal debate sippy Hannah computer ridiculous. They cut you off. I'm not doing a virtual debate and that's essentially what it doesn't want to get caught off. He wants the ability to interrupt to interject say we want to. Cause legitimately that's what is really good at right being off the coffin it by giving time to sit down easily interview and went viral titter few times few months ago or maybe three weeks ago with that journalists, I think that might've been frustrated New Zealand who was kind of grilling him on his position on Kobe did and you know I'm trying to get him to kind of clarify some numbers typically et paper trump look really stupid right given time to articulate himself and actually. Come across as some somewhat knowledgeable. What he's talking about he doesn't have an absolute clue. So of course, he wouldn't prefer to sit in somewhere in the White House with you know on the zoom cool debate in anger by them because they'll just turn off his microphone and he knows more likely than not the media web platform they're going to be hosted then debates on departed gonNA favor, Joe Biden more so than him so they're going to be prone to kind of cut. Him Off and you know he probably has a tendency to be a little bit a little bit too heavy handed and you get the feeling that you legitimately doesn't job. Neva fitness was making this thing a little more techy similar to the hill concerned he generally got turned over the Hillary, Clinton. Sorry. It'll happen they seems to have a real exa granted them. So we're going to end up..
"chris christie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sixty AM the answer. Well, I think it's time for something more. Cheerful. How about we take a couple of minutes and talk about Chris Christie's new book? I mean, it is a bestseller. It reads like a really good novel took me about a day to read it. And so now you won't have to because I'm going to give you the high points. Okay. Let me finish is a great read. If you really enjoy beautifully written in, you know, what I don't really think it was so much written as as spoken into either word or some other similar package because it it. You can hear Christie's voice coming off the pages. It's a pretty honest book it talks about his childhood, which is not all Irish she's half Italian. I never knew that. But it talks about his relationship with, you know, with God at cetera through his Italian grandmother it talks about. His relationship with his wife was not an they married very young. And they had to kind of grow up together. And that was a struggle. And then it talks a lot about his career as a private attorney as a US attorney, his first failings in politics, and then his successes. And. It the only place that that Buchholz back is when he talks about Donald Trump. And as you read the book, and you read the things that happened. You gotta say with friends like Trump. I don't really think Christie needs enemies. So in a Frank exchange with Stephen Colbert, which was one of the better press appearances to sell to shield this book. He's quite honest about it. And there was a little tequila involved. I mean, I don't know if it was you know, they they took shots. So I don't know if it was really tequila or t the is it neither of them sounded like they'd had any. But it it it created an openness it created an openness for a rather Frank discussion. It was more the real Chris Christie than we have seen for quite some time, including his appearances on ABC. So asked how he how he as a very successful. Former attorney felt about Trump's ceaseless attacks on the Justice department. Remember that his time as a US attorney was his ticket to the governor's mansion in Trenton and in his biggest successes. We're not. In in. Bob prosecution except that most of the politicians in New Jersey at bedtime behaved like mob bosses and he put about one hundred of them in jail. He cleaned up politics in New Jersey, along with a very successful developer by the name of Charles Kushner. Oh, yeah. So. I can't I can't quite wrap my head around. Why putting the fact that that the trumps? Christie's were social friends. You have to think about why did this very successful very tied to establishment Republicans. I mean, the darling of establishment Republicans during his time as chair of the governors of the GOP governors association. How did he come to be an early supporter of Donald Trump? And I think it's best. If you hear it in Chris Christie's own words. As a former federal prosecutor, you must have some faith in the Justice department, and the FBI how do you feel when the president in no uncertain terms undermines the power the Justice department in the FBI by being the most powerful man in the head in the government of going so called Justice like what what is that duty? You how does that does that for you professionally or your pride as someone who believes in this country and believes it hurts me more personally? And I've told them that that, you know, Mike spirits with the men and women to the FBI what I was US attorney, and my experience with almost every US attorney I worked with I'm in the years that I did it was these men and women who are sacrificing a lot love the country and do a job that needs to be done, and you don't get anywhere by doing that kind of stuff. And so I've been really cool rhythm about that. I've said that publicly to like it just doesn't help. And in fact, it hurts, and if we don't have a Justice system that the American people have confidence in we've lost a huge part of our democracy, and it's just unacceptable. That seems like.
"chris christie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Isn't that bizarre to? What exactly does the left in this country stand for what exactly does the democrat party in this country stand for? Trashing our institutions and traditions, except the ones they like, of course. Woman's right to privacy. No. It's infanticide has nothing to do with privacy. Well, Dr provider. I finally figured out what a provider is Mr. producer. It's a non Dr. So you don't really need a doctor giving him put a provider can give input. You know? Like somebody Planned Parenthood. I think the democrat party is dragging us in a very bleak places. It really is. And there's very little resistance among elected Republicans very little too busy shooting arrows in the back of the president. Because this Chris Christie making a massive spectacle of himself. Well, north survived. This will Biden course, Biden will. The media lab. He's dumb as a doorknob. But they love him. The man has admittedly faced a lot of tragedy in his life. No question about it. And for that we are. Deeply sympathetic. But he wants to be president now. They were digging up old interviews have Donald Trump. NBC interview. Almost killed his election. Here's an interview Joe Biden by NPR. The man was a Senator forever. The man was vice president twice two terms. And the media never found it because they didn't look. While you might say that's a long time ago. But they never say that about Donald Trump or anybody else who they don't like do they? It would be amazing that this governor will be forced out of office over this. When he was twenty five which by the way is outrageous. I don't defend it in any way. I'd never participated in anything like this. These groups are terrorist groups, I really believe that Neo Nazis, and Klansmen and all the rest. So that is a fact. But his most recent comments. And active support for infanticide. Doesn't draw the same kind of ir. Where emotion or anchor? From the Washington Post editorial page or even from news newspapers. Curious to hear what you think about all this. We'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Since nineteen eighty-two Richie.
"chris christie" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Sometimes that's when you're brave is Trevor. Never know how how do you feel about these Republicans who seem to be pro Trump with him? And then when they leaving all of a sudden, they like he is the worst thing in the world like bravery does happen when the people leave. Yeah. When you you know, you don't have to look at them every everyday or guess, I guess that's probably it. But you know, they were braving the beginning, you know, and what they're doing now is just four bravery. So that's the way it goes. How're Kane sandy was for you one of the most seminal moments in your life, and you'll career it's interesting because you went on this roller coaster ride of approval ratings hurricane sandy around that time. People said Chris Christie could be the next president of the United States recall that yeah. And then a while later of this picture was one of those that made you one of the most hated men in the United States when like beach was shut down shut down and you out on the beach with your family. What what was that like just genuinely from your side as a human being going from like everyone loving to use a feeling everyone hates you try to be cry. So you know, I mean this is seriously. Like, that's that's often what political life is like, you know, very rarely somebody put a life. Who does anything that's worth anything that remains popular all the way through because if you're doing stuff that matters and stuff that needs to be done in your state, or in this country, you're gonna anger some people you have to because unless you're just giving everything away unless you just saying yes to everybody, even if you don't mean it you're gonna make some people angry. And so to me like, it's never fun. Like, you always much rather be seventy five percent than fifteen percent, right? But in the end, does it really matter like to me, what matters is what you did. And what you accomplished? And so for me that's always mattered, the most no-one likes, it anybody who says they like being unpopular at times is just full of it. I didn't like it. But I also tried to have some perspective on it that that was a why did it in the first place? Anyway, I was to be popular. And I used to tell my folks when we were at seventy. Five percent. Like, we're not keeping this in the desk drawer like just looking at go. Look pretty that seventy five percents. Let's go spend it. Let's go through the difficult things. That'll bring that down. And then you gotta live with it. You've written a book let me finish Trump. The Kushner is Bannon New Jersey and the pow of in your face politics. You take us through a little bit of how you began a little bit of your life, the journey that made you into Chris Christie as people know you, and then you really get into the meat of the presidential campaign from you announcing from you going into the race all the way through to dropping out. And then the story with Donald Trump, right? This at the beginning of this journey when you were running and Donald Trump was running you you guys have been friends for a while. Yeah. At that time we've been friends for about fourteen years. Did you think he stood a chance? No. Why not? I thought the whole thing's joke at the time. I really did. I mean, you keep talking about running for president for a long time going back twenty years. And so when he finally looking getting older. And when he finally declared I thought to myself, well, he's gonna stay in MRs gonna be something where he's going to do it for a little while get into a debate or to experience it and then go this. I'm gonna go away. So the whole premise of me, not just me. But most of the other men and women that were up on that stage. It was like all right. He's getting some attention now..
"chris christie" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Interview with Chris Christie was an awkward or anything. Holy cow. You would think that at some point in his life, Chris Christie spit and how we cereal because every time I book governor Christie to come on the show. I'm just I'm it's remarkable that governor Christie doesn't hang up in the middle of it. But hey, there it is vintage car you can listen to that interview at howiecarrshow dot com. We'll have it up in a moment. If you wanna go re listen to I think fair to say, one of the more awkward interviews that how he's had in recent months, but definitely realistic. Oh, definitely definitely realistic people. I mean, if you can if you can tolerate the cringe-worthy silence when Chris Christie is trying to determine how to react to to one of his questions. But there you go Governor, Chris Christie and Howie Carr. Now have a bet a one pizza bet that the special counsel will wrap up by election day twenty twenty how he says no governor Christie says yes. So hey, there's there's a pizza online on the line. So I'm sure both how he and governor Christie. Oh, put put I guess this this date in their calendars to make sure that they can make good on that bed. This is Steve Robinson how he's executive producer filling in for for him. One more hour here like beautiful person. He's ducked away to go have a nice fancy dinner down in West Palm Beach. And I wanted to talk this entire hour about just how radical the contemporary Democrats have become because I I think like a lot of you. I've been fairly pessimistic about President Trump's chances at reelection in two thousand twenty just based on all the all the crap that's being thrown his way, whether it's the Russia collusion theory, the fake news media blowing anything that can be remotely made to be negative towards Trump way way out of proportion just misconstruing things attacking him at every level. Giving an easy pass to all of his enemies. Anybody who wants to hurl invective at President Trump can find ample opportunity to do. So on any TV network on any left wing media outlet. But now this week things are really starting to change. Things are starting to change them as as the Democrats announced as they talk more as Howard Schultz gets into the races and independent, and as the Democrats reveal themselves to be absolutely bleeping insane on issue after issue. I'm starting to think the President Trump has a pretty good shot at reelection. And we'll go through the whole range of positions that the Democrats have that are just completely out of step with mainstream Americans. Just completely ludicrous. I mean, even ten years ago, you wouldn't be elected as a democrat with some of the positions that are now fairly mainstream for the democrat party. But the most striking one comes today is is abortion. I don't know if you've been paying attention, but across the country in the the bastions of liberalism, the proponents of abortion have had some legislative victories. I it was in the state of New York. We're obviously governor Andrew Cuomo celebrated the passage of an extreme abortion law by turning one of the towers their pink. Like this is some victory for women. Some victory for humanity. That law allows a an abortion right up until the night, the third trimester the ninth month of pregnancy. There's no consideration whatsoever for the viability of the human being. Whose life is being ended for whatever reason the mother would like to invent. And now this is spreading to New Jersey. Governor Raimondo in New Jersey has also is trying to pass a similar Bill. But I guess the most high profile today abortion controversy is in Virginia. And last night. You had this woman. She's a state delegate in Virginia. And her name is Cathy TRAN, and she is one of the sponsors of this fourth trimester abortion Bill and how he says that as a joke but later after we play Cathy TRAN will play governor north on. And he even though he's a pediatrician. Okay. He's a doctor. He basically endorses fourth trimester abortion. It's really outrageous. And I know when I started working for how we wanted the things he said was abortion as a talk radio subject. It's kind of like the third rail. You don't talk about it because it's one of these. Intractable disagreements between people on the left, and right and opinions get so strong and heat on either side, but this is evil. You gotta talk about this. You can't avoid confronting how evil these Democrats in Virginia are there. They're defending and even celebrating homicide. There's no there's no way to sugarcoat it. There's no way to there's no way to sanitize what these Democrats are doing. So I guess the first one will play is cut eleven and again, this is a Virginia Democrat a state delegate named Kathy. Tran who is defending her Bill to legalize abortion up until the second that a child is born. So how late in the third trimester. Would you be able to to do that? It's very unfortunate that the how late in the third trimester. Would you be able to do that? It's very unfortunate that our physicians at a witnesses. We're not able to attend today to speak specifically. I'm talking about your Bill how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion of he indicated it would impair the mental health of the of the woman. Our physical, okay. I'm talking about the mental health. So I mean through the third trimester the third trimester goes all the way up to forty weeks. Okay. But to the end of the third trimester. I don't think we have limited in the Bill. So. Where.
"chris christie" Discussed on The View
"And I think it's the problem with hiring family and the government. I think it's one of the things, you know, we have a law against depotism that got passed a long time ago after Bobby Kennedy was the attorney general I would never hire any my family into governmental position where I was in charge because they might screw something up some day where I have to fire them. And then when you fire them, it's tough to sit with them a thanksgiving, you know, and around the nepotism, they got they got a legal opinion that got them around it. And so forget about the legality of choice. It's just it's smart. That's it. I mean. With everything. Listen, you, you know, and by the way, over the course of time in both parties, there have been leaders that have sat in the White House that incredibly stupid things right selfish things that their party put up with right because you have one president out of time and that president if he's of your party is the leader of that party country over party. We've seen examples example over time where that isn't the way it works. And so. I went after that well women's big crimes big big crimes on tape. We'll we'll be more with Chris Christie when we come back. Right. Back with Chris Christie. I'm question for you. If Donald Trump called you today and offer you a position with the administration, which you take it. He's offered me six positions all of which I've said no to. Because I didn't like the jobs you offer me. And I didn't wanna do it. What kind of job would you accept? I told him way back when I endorsed him. And he said, well if I win what do you want to do? I said there's only two jobs I'm interested in vice president or attorney general, and I sit in those with the two jobs that would take otherwise I'm not interested in coming to Washington doing anything else. He saw from me secretary of labor twice secretary of homeland security special assistant to the president ambassador to Italy ambassador. Now, I. I've got two kids in high school. And if I went to them and said, hey, guess what? Great news. We're all moving editing and you're coming to new high school in Italy. Yeah. It wasn't work. My parents have been he went to Russia who right? Yeah. It's so offered me those jobs. They said no because I'm not interested in. I got plenty of titles. Sunny, governor US attorney, I'm husband and father. I don't need any more titles. If it was something that I felt I could really do. Well, and that I was willing to be totally put myself into I would do it for the country. But he has an offering me anything that I'm interested in doing. So I've said no yesterday you turn some heads. When you said that if if you had run against Obama Obama in twenty twelve it would have been a quote unquote jump ball, which I guess it would have been even Steven right? Well, what I what I meant by jump. Was it would've been close? And in the race with Romney was close tweet. It went beserk You you. lose. Like central went for Cirque. I mean like he didn't get delusion on. I know. I know I respectfully don't think I'm doing. But the fact is that if my view is if Mitt Romney got close. Yeah. I would have definitely gotten close you think. Yeah. I did..
"chris christie" Discussed on The View
"Chris Christie so much wanna get to. But I wanna we talked briefly about Russia, but we're all waiting for this molar investigation to come out. Speaking of character as we have to do at this table. It is already led to one hundred ninety nine criminal charges, including six Trump associates someone that's worked closely with the president is they're going to be collusion between the Russians wrote in the book that you these were folks who couldn't even get field operatives hired in Pennsylvania by August. I have a hard time believing. They were running at Tom Clancy operation with Russia. Now, I don't know 'cause I was involved in that stuff. So I can't sit here and say, yeah, absolutely. Not my observation was that. You're like I write a story in the book that Jared Kushner calls me in late August to say how many field operatives? Do we need in in in Pennsylvania? Like, we don't have field operatives in Pennsylvania. I mean, it's you know, and Meghan knows being involved in these campaigns. That's absurd like that. So I draw from that that they were not that organized to be able to do this. But I don't the evidence. What about now he has all these meetings with Putin? And it's all in secret. Nobody knows what happens the translator. I put on on a report to not report any of that is good. But by the way, you know, that's his personality. He this is a really trust anybody. Hey, trust Putin rushing. The only person this is the president. The president is not somebody who trust easily or trust a lot of the people around them. That's some of the people. He's picked as I talked about in the book. He had good reason not to trust them. And you in fact, probably shouldn't have had them there in the first place because it wasn't good for him. And it wasn't good for the country. And that's part of the reason that I put that stuff in the book about the book. Well, all I can tell you you're talking about. Vida, he watches he watches, he watches everything..
"chris christie" Discussed on The View
"We've got to know each other here at ABC because we're both ABC political contributors, and before I got to know, you personally, I remember this when this happened because you were the first mainstream politician to endorse President Trump, and I remember when you did it. I actually was still dating my husband. And I went on a double date with two other people that work in Republican politics. And I said this is the beginning of him getting really normalized because Chris Christie's endorsing him. This makes him a really mainstream candidate. And we actually cheers. I was like this may be the beginning of the end you at the time. So we are not electing and entertainer in chief, and then seem to have a quick change of heart. What made you make that to win? You understand the practicality of politics. I've been running against him and trying to beat him for how long six eight months. How would want it was? And he came in second in Iowa by whisker. He won New Hampshire two to one. And then he wants to South Carolina by double digits, if it was any other candidate in any other year, the media would have all said it's over. I mean, you if you win in South Carolina, New Hampshire, and you barely lose an Iowa you're going to be the nominee. And so my point was all right. He's going to be the nominee. So let's get moving to try to get him to be better than he is. And that was the real reason. I did it was. Well, you know, what joy? What would happen if I hadn't right? So you might have been even more sad than you are now. I mean, the fact is that I known them for a long time. I felt like I had an ability to be able to talk to them in a way that others didn't. And I think there were a lot of things over the course of time that I got him to either start doing or stop doing that were helpful. But in the end, I was convinced at that point. And a lot of us. You know, a lot of other people in the party weren't and felt like, oh, no this guy could beat him or this guy. Marco could beat him. Ted can beat them. John could beat him. No. I mean, you could just tell one anecdote real quickly. My wife was doing door to door for me in New Hampshire. She went to a Republican door. And she's yourself said, she's my wife and the the woman said, oh, gosh, we love your husband. He's so smart and articulate and blunt directed me we're voting for Trump. But we love your husband, and she's like, well, wait a second. Why you've owned for Trump's because we don't need anymore politicians when you start to get that feeling Megan. And I felt it. I was like, you know, what we better get behind this guy or we're going to lose in November. Over and we'd better make sure that we try to make him as the best. They can possibly be. That's what motivated you said. He was exactly what the country needed. Then. Do you still feel the same way now? Well, listen, I don't think anybody is first one, that's political hyperbole. That's what you say. Will you endorse somebody right? You know, you try to be as positive as you can be this. I've spoken many times about things that he's done did in the campaign and has done in the presidency that I don't agree with. Oh, there's plenty of things that the travel ban the separation of families at the border. I don't agree with the wall. It's the shutout to which I just talked about recently. I mean, so there's plenty of things that he's done that if I were president I would do significantly differently. But there are also things he's done that. I think been good. So you know, what I try to do what? Okay. So. So. I appreciate the opportunity when out the good it's been great. You know, I believe that the tax cuts. He's done the right thing. I believe that deregulation in the main that he's done is the right thing..
"chris christie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're going to do this you better have an exit plan because sometimes in politics things don't go the way, you expect house if it doesn't go well in the first couple of days, you gotta have a way to get it back. What kelly? This is like asking the guy who ran into the iceberg with the Titanic. How to navigate ships. Well, good grief. That's that's a Chris Christie there. I just I'm not a fan of him. I haven't been a fan of him ever. I have been railing on this guy since two thousand twelve looking back to the show. Third hour at dealers on Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook. I've been because well because he was supportive of cap and trade, which is why I was always harsh on him. He was a big time supporter of cap and trade. And then remember with New Jersey, he shut everything down didn't his plan was to go sit on the beach that was his plan. Like, he literally shut everything down. He shut the beach. And then he went and sat on the beach at this family, while know what else could go to the beach. Is that your plan? Chris Chris Christie is that your plan? I love these dudes that are coming out of the woodwork now. Hey, I can get on your tonight show. Crazy something bad about Trump. Who are just like. I was gonna say something so not appropriate for radio. Thank you for not doing it. Really appreciate it. It was going to be something similar along the lines of two sides of the same. But Sheikh, I don't know. I mean, it was just. Which doesn't make sense. But it does in a way anyway. No, Chris Christie, go. He's getting mad like did. He shut the government down. He didn't have a plan. So he didn't shut the government down. Democrats could not not spend twenty one billion dollars of stuff that that didn't include border security day determined that they wanted to shut it down. And they rejected all were all three Republican offers to get federal employees paid. Where do you get that? This is I get that you're butthurt because you didn't get the nomination. I get that. You're bought her that we all made fun of you during the primary some more than others. I get that. You're bought her that Trump, basically embarrassed you publicly. But to nurse it on a late night show. You just look so sour. It's sour grapes. It's not becoming it just reminds everybody why you were in that position in the first place. Gosh, I'm just. It's a new year new me. So I'm trying to be nicer than I was last year. Even just saying he didn't blew it. He didn't blow it at all. Go on the plane. Chris..
"chris christie" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"So you've sat at times, you're not helping yourself you need to stop, and he has not lessened. But is he liked that with? His foreign policy team and with everybody else. Well, I'm bidding those meetings, but I can tell you there are times when he does listen to me he has not listened to behind to-. Tweeden stop calling it a witch hunt. And don't do that stuff because it's not helpful. There've been other times where I've given him suggestions, we has listen for instance, I recommended Chris Wray him for FBI director. And and he followed that advice met, Chris like them fall that if I think that Chris is been one of the best choices he's made since he's been president. I think Chris is going to show you saw them with what he did during the shutdown. He's trying to rebuild morale at the FBI. He's trying to rebuild a sense of spree core there and the sense of mission, and he stands up but Christmas standup guy, and you know, you need more people like that in government everywhere. So have been times he's listened to be and Chris gray is one of the examples. I give you we have a lot more with Governor Chris Christie, we are going to actually give bring out guitar. And is going to you're going to play. We're gonna do sing. No, Chris is going to play Rosalita style loop back. And this is something that all be funny. Cacti? Right right back with more with Chris Christie and let me finish. Because title. We are back with former New Jersey Governor former presidential candidate and former Trump transition chair the very current Chris Christie is out today with his new memoir entitled let me finish Trump. Kushner's Bannon jersey and the power of in-your-face politics want to hear about the bad blood, and the White House will I take it away or Mike you go first. Really? He's the bad blood guy in the book, you write about Donald Trump. He has a keen understanding of what regular people are feeling. Are you kidding? Do you really don't listen? I I absolutely believe that he does from watching him interact with people when we were campaigning together. And I didn't think he would we start off by saying I never campaigned in them before Safdar endorsed him. This is the primary in sixteen. We would work rope lines together and the way he interacted with people in the way, they reacted to him was surprised at what we saw that too. He's governing like a plutocratic. The context of that was talking about him as a political candidate. And as a political candidate. He owned her stood how to relate to people and how they took him back. So that's the context of. Okay. That was then this is now. Okay. Well, he's clearly understand it in the very five days in the shutout. Okay. So earlier we were talking about this great gifts that we've all been given. It's called America. Right. And yet nearly every day in his presidency that I can recall he does something to provoke or divide specific peoples from other peoples in this country. So let me ask you this. You've spent a lot of time doing this book thinking about them the campaign, and the administration is that anything I ask cliff SIMS this earlier is there anything about his presidency. That scares you. Oh, well, listen. I think I put this in the book at great length the people that he is selected in large part to be around him has really disturbed me. And I I mean names in the book. I mean, I Michael Flynn. I mean, I think it's one of the biggest reasons I got fired. But about Stephen Miller, a guy that said he doesn't want another refugee touch American soil. You know, listen, I Stephen, and I tell you the truth on a personal level. Oh got along. We don't agree on a whole bunch of things, but on a personal level. I always got along with Stephen. And and but I would say guys like Bannon in the White House. What about Whitaker? Listen, man, my served as US attorneys together. And I think Matt has been put those allowed himself to be put in a really untenable situation..
"chris christie" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"You name four people that have been around for like twelve years since that TV show every day just grinding it out, man. It's wrong. All right. So former man, Mike barnicle. Former Trump transition chair Chris Christie joins us today. He's out today with his new memoir. Let me finish ear the Kushner fan, and you're gonna be power of in-your-face politics. I'm talking about. Oh, yeah. We're gonna get in his face. All right. We're find out what Chris Christie and cliff SIMS reveal about the inner workings of the Trump presidency ahead this morning on morning, Joe former vice president Joe, by the way, we're gonna talk about twenty twenty now. Right. We can if you'd like is that okay? It's gonna rough for Howard Schultz going through for shirts. You see what happened last night there? Yelling at even coal is that you really know what I mean is immediate and round universal from progresses about how they feel about Howard Schultz candidacy, he'll be here this week. I believe as well. We can ask him about tomorrow as a matter to be here tomorrow. And you know, what that means, right? That everybody in the political world everybody is saying that if he. Runs. He will elect Trump. Right. And he will destroy you haven't you know, what that means that like everybody's wrong to say. Yeah. Everybody said Donald Trump to you never know, my point is really, you never know. And these people that are predicting in what what you're we in two thousand nine hundred that what's going to happen like nine thousand nine months from now they have no idea you had Mike Bloomberg come out yesterday. Children shouldn't do the guy who's been sort of Limburg shine at the front of the line for an independent run as damn all. Right. So let's let's go right into our. And then we'll go to Joe Biden despite growing criticism from Democrats, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is not backing down from a potential twenty twenty independent run Schultz announced on Sunday that he will be making a formal decision about a presidential bid. And the next three months. Numerous Democrats have since warned that an independent bid for the White House by Scholtz would reelect President Trump. Here's how Schultz responded to his critics. If I run for president I will run as an American under one banner the American play the question, I think we all should be asking ourselves is at a time in America when there's so much evidence that our political system is broken that both parties at the extreme on not representing the silent majority of the American people, isn't there a better way, a better choice? If there's a choice between President Trump and a progressive liberal minded person on the democratic side. It would kill me to see President Trump be reelected, and I believe that's what will take place. Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg who has toyed with an independent bid in the past is now considering a democratic run released a statement yesterday warning of the consequences and independent my have in twenty twenty. He writes, there's a quote, great likelihood is. That an independent which is split the anti-trump vote and end up reelecting the president. That's a risk. I refused to run in two thousand sixteen and we can't afford to run it now. And here's that moment from the Newark book event that Willie mentioned take a look. I wanted to clarify the word independent which view merely as a designation on the ballot. And what? Yeah. Publisher do that. I just got this top notch PR team. Can I tell you you go there to do a book event, you will get yelled at I hope he was told that because that's pretty basic. I will say we've got about four or five every time square, and it's my favorite place to go because they LA favorite place to go. There's always one in the crowd like more. But they're like really ashen, and you'll have people shouting from the crowd, which is cool if you're us. Yup. And there aren't cameras on. Yeah. Nobody's going to write about it the next day. But that ain't where you wanna launch residential the first time that how it she'll mind here that either I mean that's just in the water out there, and he should be appeared. But there's actually route speaking. Here's the irony to me. And I understand everyone's objections and the Democratic Party, but everyone talks about how the two party system is broken. There's gotta be a better way..
"chris christie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That's eight four four fifty one bible eight four four fifty one bible at meanwhile, Chris Christie. Has a new book coming out and the media are all agog at it. Because this is how it works. Anybody who was once close with Trump becomes an interesting person to the media as soon as they turn on Trump. Now, the last thing I want to hear Chris Christie whining about why Trump was mean to him Chris Christie is probably responsible for Trump being president in some ways Chris Christie, committed the first political murder-suicide on national television in the New Hampshire primary debates when he murdered Marco Rubio. And then turned the gun on himself politically speaking leaving the pathway open to President Trump, you remember Marco Rubio is getting a lot of momentum after and then Chris Christie took out Rubio, and then proceeded to Hanover New Hampshire to Trump well Christie is very angry. Now, he's very angry with the Trump administration because he never got a job in the Trump administration. Not even getting those burger for the Clemson Tigers the other day during the campaign, Chris Christie was designated fast food run guy, but Chris Christie, couldn't even get that Trump. Apparently, he was briefly considered for chief of staff a few weeks ago, and then he was blocked. In that effort by other folks in Trump's immediate orbit, and you can tell who is trying to block him from who Chris Christie is angry at so according to axios, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, settles scores in let me finish a memoir. January twenty nine from writing the president from trust people shouldn't including some of the people who are closest to him. First of all that's a terrible name for memoir. Let me finish. I mean, honest to goodness. That's that's an awful name for memoir. It sounds like like sports memoir. Actually, it sounds like a guy on sports talk radio. Like, Stephen a Smith's let me finish. Instead. It's Chris Christie in let me finish and a second. I'm no explain what exactly is in this book. That's got the media. So again, but I I'm really proud to introduce you to Hillsdale College. I speak to a lot of college students. I speak a lot of college campuses. And a lot of these campuses have been taken over by the worst ideologies. We're talking about the ideologies of intersection -ality, and micro aggression in multi-culturalism all that has nothing to do with the constitution. None of it has anything to do with the fundamental roots of western.
"chris christie" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Can't meanwhile, Chris Christie has a new book coming out and the media are all Gog at it. Because this is how it works. Anybody who was once close with Trump becomes an interesting person to the media as soon as they turn on Trump. Now, the last thing I want to hear Chris Christie whining about why Trump was mean to him Chris Christie is probably responsible for Trump being present. In some ways, Chris Christie, committed the first political murder-suicide on national television in the New Hampshire primary debates when he murdered Marco Rubio. And then turned the gun on himself politically speaking leaving the pathway open to President Trump, you remember Marco Rubio is getting a lot of momentum after Iowa and then Chris Christie took out Rubio and then proceeded to Hanover New Hampshire to Trump. Well. Christie is very angry. Now, he's very angry with the Trump administration because he never got a job in the Trump administration. Not even getting those burgers for the Clemson Tigers the other day during the campaign, Chris Christie was the designated fast food run guy, but Chris Christie couldn't even get that shop, apparently he was briefly considered for chief of staff a few weeks ago. And then he was blocked in that effort by other folks in Trump's immediate orbit, and you can tell who is trying to block him from who Chris Christie is angry at so Cording to axios. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, settles scores in let me finish a memoir. January twenty nine from writing the president from trust people. He shouldn't including some of the people who are closest to him. First of all that's a terrible name for memoir. Let me finish. I mean, honest to goodness. That's that's an awful name for memoir. It sounds like like sports memoir. Actually, it sounds like a guy on sports talk radio. It's like Stephen a Smith's let me finish. But instead it's Chris Christie in let me finish in a second. I'm no explain what exactly is in this book. That's got the meat. So against so the so Christie asserts that Trump has quote, a revolving door of deeply flawed individuals amateurs, Griffin's, weaklings, convicted and unconvicted felons who hustled than jobs they were never suited for sometimes seemingly without so much as a background check the Google or Wikipedia..