New Jersey Governor and Dallas Cowboy fan boy Chris Christie thinks that the local TV Reporters act like children.
Tell us something we don't know Governor.
Christie was on a local radio show with an "Ask the Governor" segment when he took a swipe at local Reporters, calling them "self-consumed" individuals who act "like children."
Christie was commenting on the criticisms he's received for blocking New Jersey reporters from a meeting he held Tuesday with national reporter ahead of his State of the State address. Christie invited members of the press from CNN, ABC, NBC, the Associated Press, the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, but shut his doors to local media. Meanwhile, the governor continues to consider a 2016 presidential run.
“Could you find a group of more self-consumed people? On a day like that, they are writing about themselves," the governor said in response to complaints from local New Jersey media. “Do you think the public cares a whit whether they got into a private meeting?”
"The other private meetings they’ve had with me, which they’ve had within the last month, they didn’t report on that did they?” he continued. “They didn’t did they because that would be fair, and God knows we wouldn’t want to be that."
“If they want to act like children, let them act like children,” he added. “That’s the way it goes.”