Gov. Chris Christie again finds himself in a tricky situation as he considers a run for president.

(Governor's Office/ Mykwain Gainey)

He has been a vocal supporter of the controversial Keystone Pipeline, which is popular with national Republicans.

However, he has said 'no comment' in regards to the Pilgrim Pipeline, which would run through seven New Jersey counties.

If Christie supports it, he scores points nationally, but loses support in the Garden State.

If Christie opposes it, he runs the risk of looking like a flip-flopper.