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No longer an admirer of Christie

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Submitted by robert spitalnick (United States), Apr 4, 2014 at 12:18

I was at the RJC event in Las Vegas. I was very disappointed with Christie's "occupied territories" remark. It was astonishing that he would use this trope before a crowd of Jewish Republicans who are clearly committed Zionists and know well what it means. The word got around about his tete-a-tete with Mort Klein which certainly did not win Christie any friends. Of the three governors who spoke Saturday, Scott Walker and Jon Kasich came across as more presidential.

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