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Chris Christie still praising President Obama for response to hurricane

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the most popular Republican politician in America, no matter that more than a few of his fellow GOPers haven’t forgiven him for getting too chummy with President Obama last fall in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

These same critics aren’t going to like it that Christie is STILL LAUDING THE PRESIDENT:

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that President Barack Obama “has kept every promise he’s made” about helping the state recover from Superstorm Sandy.

Speaking on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program on the 6-month anniversary of the deadly storm, the Republican governor said presidential politics were the last thing on his mind as he toured storm-devastated areas with Obama last fall.

“The president has kept every promise he’s made,” said Christie, widely considered a potential candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. “I think he’s done a good job. He kept his word.”

Christie’s warm embrace of Obama after the storm angered some Republicans, who said it helped tip a close presidential election to the Democrat and away from Mitt Romney, who Christie endorsed and for whom he campaigned last fall.

Christie says he and Obama have fundamentally different views on governing. But he said the two men did what needed to be done for a devastated region.

“I’ve got a job to do,” he said. “You wake up and 7 million of your 8.8 million citizens are out of power, you’re not thinking about presidential politics.”

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  1. Brian Opsahl

    Christy did what every Governor should do in that situation,drop the polotics and do the job they hired you for. I have issues with Christy and his party,but the way he stepped up and fought for his State New Jersey,and then take it on the chin from his own republicans I now have a lot of respect for the Man..!!

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