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During Monday night's Ask The Governor, Chris Christie discussed a number of economic issues ranging from property taxes and economy recovery to the ongoing political football, also known as the gas tax.

The governor also criticized President Barack Obama, who visited the Garden State Monday to discuss criminal justice reforms. Christie, who was not with the President when he visited a drug rehab facility in Newark, insists that Obama was only here to take credit for initiatives that we have already done in New Jersey.

The governor also discussed the 2016 election. When asked who he thinks might be the next candidate to leave the crowded GOP field of hopefuls, Christie - whose poll numbers have improved - said it's not for him to decide.