Christie Endorses NJ Sports Betting Referendum
Now here’s a guy with guts: A fan at a recent New York Giants game celebrated with the fan next to him — who happened to be New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a former federal prosecutor — after the Giants won a close one.
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