rand paul chris christie

“In town hall meetings, people are really worried about ISIS, they're really worried about the threat of terrorism," said
But Paul's not the only one to express concern over the bridge controversy. The Newark Star-Ledger, New Jersey's most highly
"I didn't start this one and I don't plan on starting things by criticizing other Republicans," Paul said in July. "But if
"We stand here tonight showing it is possible to both do your job first. To work together first. To fight for what you believe
“This is not the only time we’ll be together," Christie said. "We’ll help him raise money." During the MSNBC interview, Lonegan
The jabs went on for weeks, with GOP favorites like Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz taking sides. Paul commented on his beef with
Rand Paul: 'I Love An Endorsement By Sarah Palin'
"I love an endorsement by Sarah Palin," he told CNN. "What's not to love?" In proclaiming her support for Paul, Palin was
"I don't like the bickering back and forth," he said. "I think it was significant debate -- one person blasting those of
Christie then accused Paul of hypocrisy regarding government spending, prompting Paul to call the governor the "king of bacon
ABC's Reena Ninan was referring to the ongoing dispute between the Kentucky senator and New Jersey governor, in which Christie
In a back-and-forth feud between Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), Paul told Fox News anchor
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) fired the latest shot on Tuesday in an escalating feud with Chris Christie, calling the New Jersey Governor the "king of bacon," a reference to what Paul believes is a poor record on government spending.
When asked if the heated back-and-forth was a preview of a 2016 primary contest, Paul's response was noncommittal. Paul hit
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has taken a side in the ongoing feud between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and Sen. Rand Paul
Another Republican, Rep. Peter King (N.Y.), said recently that he was thinking of running for president to counter Paul and
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's criticism of the NRA and of the Sandy disaster relief will hurt him in the 2016 GOP primary.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) may talk tough when pressing Congress to act on disaster relief or criticizing the National