“Listen, these things go up and they go down," the New Jersey governor said.
He is sending 150 state troopers and police staff at the request of Maryland's governor.
Most N.J. voters think the governor knew about the order but didn't give it himself.
The New Jersey governor took shots at the president while defending his own record.
Christie also pushed back on perception of Clinton as inevitable Dem nominee.
"Marijuana is a gateway drug," the potential 2016 contender said.
Christie will unveil his proposals in a speech in New Hampshire.
Christie, a 2016 contender, has denied being personally involved in the lane closures.
He urged Congress to take "swift action" after a House bill was pulled in January.
The comments to GOP donors were apparently a veiled shot at Scott Walker.
The super-PAC allows a future campaign to solicit huge contributions from major donors.
Walker gets 18 percent compared to 16 percent for Bush.
Bridget Anne Kelly hit back at the charges against her Friday.
The 2016 presidential field is off to a bumbling start.
The S.C. senator gave New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie worse odds.
Will Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio benefit from a Hispanic political ascendency?
"Sometimes you just have to be willing to say what the truth is," he told voters.
Walker and Bush are the front-runners of a packed field in the early-voting state.
“If you've shaken his hand, you get it. That's what New Hampshire is all about."
At look at the sitting Republican governors who might run for president.
A majority of voters in the Sunshine State say neither should run for president.
If Marco Rubio runs for president, he'll be a stronger candidate than the media expect.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- “The president's energy policy is a bumper sticker,” Christie said.
Here are some Republican frontrunners — and some underdogs.