Chris Christie to audition for sports radio gig

Chris Christie to audition for sports radio gig

Chris Christie to audition for sports radio gig

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has used state-owned helicopters to make almost 100 trips in the last two years, according to a published report.

Wisniewski's bill would also bar the governor from sleeping in, and sunning his thighs in front of the beach house during a government shutdown.

Christie, who's term as New Jersey's governor ends in January 2018, will be joined by WFAN host Evan Roberts in his two shows. The Republican Christie ordered the shutdown after lawmakers couldn't agree on a budget, including blocking access to the beach at the park. Find NJ.com on Facebook. The West New York attorney says that under state ethics standards, no person of the executive branch can obtain a "special benefit" as a result of their position. Chris Christie is getting his shot to replace New York's dean of sports talk radio. Christie was lambasted as selfish and arrogant, and jokesters online inserted the picture of him in sandals, shorts and a T-shirt into various photos and movie and TV scenes.

A passionate sports fan, Christie has been floated around for a while now, and WFAN boss Mark Chernoff said it was a possibility.

"So he's the only one on the beach, and then he allows himself to be photographed in a lounge chair with his grin on his face", O'Reilly explained to Beck on Friday miring. He's also used them to shuttle from two co-hosting appearances on a NY sports-talk radio station.

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