If Christie plays his cards right, Steve Schmidt said, and if he's telling the truth about his lack of involvement in the bridge and Hoboken controversies, he'll come out on the other side a stronger, more tested candidate.
As controversy swirls around Gov. Chris Christie and the
dual scandals involving his administration continue to garner headlines, Republicans
on the national level remain steadfast in their view of the New Jersey governor
as a top flight fundraising draw and potential presidential candidate.
In interviews with NJ.com, several respected Republican
strategists say despite the struggles Christie is facing at home, nationally, he's
still a force.
"You ask any
member of the (Republican National) committee if they'd want Chris Christie to
come in and help them do a fundraiser and the answer ...
The Quinnipiac University poll shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton running away with the Ohio votes in head to head matchups with seven different Republicans, including Christie. Read more...