Chris Christie’s message to conservative critics: I don’t care what you say

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June 19, 2013

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who is poised for a potentially easy re-election bid this fall and already has generated whispers about 2016, said Tuesday he doesn’t worry about people who criticize him for appearing publicly with people such as President Clinton or President Obama or being labeled a RINO (“Republican in Name Only”).

“I can’t concern myself with that stuff, Joe,” the Republican told host Joe Scarborough on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “My job is to do my job.”
Mr. Christie said he never heard criticism along those lines “until I said some nice things about the president” in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy last year.

“I didn’t wear my Romney sweatshirt to the tour around New Jersey,” he quipped.

Mr. Christie said he’s going to tell Republicans approaching him about a potential 2016 presidential run he’s just going to keep doing his job.

“When those decisions need to be made, I’ll make them,” he said, adding that such decisions probably can wait until 2015.

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