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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Blasts Phillies & 'Bitter' Fans, Says They 'Suck'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Blasts Phillies & 'Bitter' Fans, Says They 'Suck'

His Dallas Cowboy fandom is well documented, but this week he extended his dislike of Philadelphia sports to the Philadelphia Phillies. They're from Philadelphia. They're an bad team. Neither Christie nor his attorney attended the second probable cause hearing two weeks ago or Thursday's hearing. "They're an angry, bitter fan base".

Wednesday, he took his aspirations to be the next Mike Francesa to the small screen for a panel discussion on SportsNet New York's Baseball Night in New York.

"It's not safe for civilized people to go to Citizens Bank Park if you want to root for the other team", Christie said.

Christie is unhappy that the Phillies are using Tug McGraw's "Ya Gotta Believe" slogan on a mural at their spring training home in Clearwater, Florida. Eagles fans, many of whom can be found in the southern part of Mr. Christie's state, raged against the governor during the game, shouting unprintable words at him in the owner's box.

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Jones spotted three people outside his home, determined they didn't belong there and went inside and got a handgun, police said. Johnson said officials would find the shooter because his department had "promising leads".


Chris Christie is turning heel. "Giant fans waved, said hello, asked for autographs, didn't give me a hard time".

"They talked about combating drugs briefly", Spicer said, adding that Christie, who ran in the GOP primary against Trump but did not secure a job in his administration, has said he intends to finish out his current term, which won't be up for a year and a half. Ya gotta Believe what?

In case you forgot: Christie colluded to shut down a toll booth, creating massive traffic jams in Fort Lee, N.J. It's believed the move was designed to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, who declined to support Christie in his re-election campaign. But the one thing they can't say, is that I don't tell them the truth. Kelly was in tears as she said Christie then threw a water bottle at her that struck her on the arm.


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