Gov. Chris Christie threw a jab at Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioObama nominates ambassador to Cuba Rubio praises Marlins pitcher José Fernández on Senate floor Glenn Beck: I was wrong about Ted Cruz MORE (Fla.) during Thursday's GOP presidential debate, telling him he "blew it" on a question.
Christie jumped in following a long, detailed discussion on taxes between Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzFunding bill rejected as shutdown nears Cruz: Clinton 'tired' and 'formulaic' during debate The Trail 2016: Fight night MORE (Texas) and Rubio, saying they had ignored the actual question, which was on entitlement programs.
Rubio interrupted and said he would now answer the question, but Christie cut him off.
"You already had your chance, you blew it," Christie said.
While the crowd booed Christie's response, Rubio remained silent and Christie kept speaking.
"The reason why no one wants to answer entitlements up here is because it's hard. I'm the only one on this stage who, back in April, put forward a detailed entitlement reform plan that will save over $1 trillion, save Medicare, save social security, and avoid what Hillary Rodham Clinton will do to you," Christie said.
"She will come in and raise Social Security taxes. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSenate Dems: Don't leave for break without Supreme Court vote Sanders: Young voters will 'come on board' Clinton's campaign The Trail 2016: The fallout MORE has already said it, and she's just one or two more poll drops down from even moving further left than she's moved already to get to the left of Bernie on this."