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Press Release - Chris Christie For President, Inc. - Christie By the #'s: 200+ Questions & 15 Town Halls in New Hampshire So Far

July 30, 2015

This week, Governor Christie headed back to New Hampshire for his 16th trip this year. As Hillary Clinton was completing only her second town hall in the Granite State, the Governor spoke with voters at his 15th town hall.

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With just 28 total questions answered in town halls, Hillary Clinton refused to answer the question from a New Hampshire voter on her position on the Keystone Pipeline. Yesterday morning on Fox News' Fox & Friends, Governor Christie called her unwillingness to answer, as a former Secretary of State, "inconceivable" and said his answer is simple, "We build it."

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In town halls and in television interviews throughout New Hampshire, Governor Christie continued to reiterate the implications of the President's disastrous deal with Iran. On Hannity earlier this week, the Governor called the deal "the worst thing he has done."

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Tonight, Governor Christie will be on Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor at 8:00pm ET. And tomorrow morning he hits the road and heads back to Iowa where he will host another town hall meeting in Cedar Falls.

Chris Christie, Press Release - Chris Christie For President, Inc. - Christie By the #'s: 200+ Questions & 15 Town Halls in New Hampshire So Far Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/312786

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