Matt Katz, New Jersey Public Radio
Matt Katz has covered New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for more than three years, first for The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he created The Christie Chronicles blog, and now for WNYC and New Jersey Public Radio, ...
Maybe it means the scandal-plagued gov is shaking off the pressure and is back to his old self. Maybe it means he's cracking under the pressure. Either way, Christie has had a number of encounters over the last week in which he's snapped at reporters. Here's a rundown:
Asked by a reporter to describe the message he planned to deliver to the group, the governor shot over his shoulder, "Seriously? Are you kidding me?" as he hurried into the club.
Christie glared at me, shook head, and said "people care about REAL problems," then left building.
“What don’t you get about me not talking to you?” an unsmiling Christie told a POLITICO reporter while he and aides waited for a walk signal on a street corner in downtown Washington on Saturday, after slipping out of the NGA gathering.
Asked if he would comment on event, replied 'Heck no,' got in SUV