Christie, In Foreign Policy Speech, Calls On Crowd To 'Nominate' Someone To Change Course
Credit: Gage Skidmore
May 19, 2014


NEW YORK — With a billionaire campaign donor looking on, Gov. Chris Christie tonight delivered a hawkish foreign policy speech that included references to former President Ronald Reagan, lamentations of the state of American world leadership and a call to “nominate” someone to change course.

“America is no longer sending clear signals to the world. Consistent signals,” Christie said in a 16-minute speech before a crowd of 700 at the Champions of Jewish Values International Awards Gala in New York. “Signals like the ones Ronald Reagan sent when he was president as to who our friends are, and ...

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