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"Sometimes you just have to be willing to say what the truth is," he told voters.
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“If you've shaken his hand, you get it. That's what New Hampshire is all about."
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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.
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He urged Congress to take "swift action" after a House bill was pulled in January.
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Walker gets 18 percent compared to 16 percent for Bush.
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