After Gov. Chris Christie held a mock trial against Hillary Clinton and used the RNC Convention's audience as judge and jury to convict her over and over again of criminal and ethics violations, Christie was questioned about his own checkered past.
NBC's Kelly O'Donnell asked him point blank if he should attacking Hillary since he's had his own very serious charging involving the Bridgegate scandal.
On the convention floor, he was acting all puffy and bloated following his Salem Witch trial, and Kelly asked, "Are you an imperfect messenger for this given the fact that the bridge - events were part of why you may not have gotten that position of the running mate?
He was stunned and said, "No, first off I don't think you have any basis to know that, Kelly."
The Bridgegate scandal has been the number one reason why most political observers believe Christie lost the VP position to Mike Pence.
It hasn't help his career that his closest political allies have been pleading guilty and facing serious criminal charges over the Bridgegate scandal.
Let's not forget that his political mentor, David Sampson just "pleaded guilty on Thursday to his role in a bribery scheme involving United Airlines, in a case that emerged from the federal investigation into the "Bridgegate" scandal."
He continued, "Secondly, do we have Hillary Clinton calling me imperfect?"
No, Governor. Kelly O'Donnell is not a paid Clinton surrogate, like Jeffrey Lord.
She's an experienced reporter asking a valid question about your own character issues after a massive national story called Bridgegate and you spent almost your entire speech throwing bricks at HRC's character.
I wish more of our political reporters would do the same and hold politicians and pundits accountable for their own errors when they are attacking others for political gain.
Then he warned Hillary Clinton never to bring up the Bridgegate scandal again if she knows what's good for her. "I'll give the Secretary a warning. This is not a fight she wants to pick."
Did the bully from New Jersey get rattled by O'Donnell's question?