Gov. Chris Christie is back in New Jersey after traveling to Washington D.C., Chicago and Virginia in recent weeks to put the finishing touches on his state budget. He's scheduled to deliver his sixth budget address at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Trenton.
Join State House correspondent Kevin McArdle and I this week as we discuss Gov. Chris Christie's latest approval ratings, his campaign schedule and the upcoming budget meeting which could affect his possible presidential aspirations.
In this week's video edition of Political Bytes, State House Reporter Kevin McArdle and I discuss Gov. Chris Christie's "disastrous" trip to the United Kingdom and how it could impact any aspirations for a presidential run in 2016. As the governor continues to travel domestically in the United States, however, the brashness everyone has become accustomed to seeing with Christie has been less evident.
Just two days after placing emphasis on national issues during his 2015 State of the State address, Gov. Chris Christie still maintains he's undecided about the possibility of a presidential run in 2016. During his Jan. 15 appearance on "Ask The Governor" Christie again flirted with questions regarding next year's race. He also dismissed criticism of his friendship with Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, and gave his views on concerns regarding the state's PARCC test.
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