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Gov. Chris Christie came to New Jersey 101.5's Ask The Governor Monday night ready to hit.

He hit back at those in the media speculating about his future — saying he's insisted since he was passed over for vice president he has no intention of leaving New Jersey for a Trump administration.

Hit hit a caller who said we should legalize marijuana — asking if the caller was "high right now" and calling any such taxes New Jersey might receve from pot "blood money."

And Christie hit his critics — in the legislature in the courtroom — who've said he knew something about the "Bridgegate" George Washington Bridge lane closings that have dogged him for years. Sen. Raymond Lesniak, D-Union, calling for a special prosecutor to investigate Christie’s role in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, is a "lunatic" and a "quack," Christie said.

Ask the Governor takes place approximately once a month. Each month, tweet your questions to @NJ1015 using the hashtag #askgov.

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