Chris Christie Threatens To 'Go Nuclear' In The Next GOP Debate

"We may be changing tactics."

Ignore Chris Christie at your own risk, CNN.  

The cable network will host the next Republican debate on Sept. 16, and Christie said -- perhaps jokingly -- that there could be fireworks if he's ignored the way he was during last month's debate on Fox News Channel. 

On Monday's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," the New Jersey governor and presidential candidate said that at one point during the debate, 20 questions went by with none directed at him. 

"I was waiting for you to talk," Fallon told him.

"Me too!" said Christie. 

 So what will be different at the second GOP debate?

"Stay tuned on Sept. 16th. We may be changing tactics," Christie said. "You know, if I get to like 15 questions in a row -- count 'em at home -- if I get 15 in a row, you're going to go 'Uh oh, he's going to go nuclear now.'"

"That's what I'm talking about," Fallon said. "That's what we want to see!" 

Check it out in the clip above. 


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