New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sounded very much like a presidential candidate at the California Republican Party convention Saturday in Sacramento.
Christie, who enjoys a higher approval rating in blue state New Jersey than President Barack Obama, said he’s built trust and confidence by being a conservative. And he was critical of Obama for dividing the country during his time in office.
Christie said media in the coming months will say Republicans can’t afford a long nomination battle and should “unite behind whatever candidate appears to have the most money, the most endorsements or the best press coverage.”
He reminded the Republican audience that former President Ronald Reagan didn’t win the presidential nomination until May of 1980, and Barack Obama didn’t win the Democratic nomination until June 2008, and added that Republicans do not need to rush to choose a 2016 presidential nominee under… Read More