Obama to tour New Jersey storm damage with Christie: Sandy makes odd couple

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WASHINGTON–President Barack Obama will tour Hurricane Sandy damage on Wednesday with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie–and while off the campaign trail will be making a very presidential statement–helping one of his harshest critics recover from the storm.

Christie, who bashed Obama as a Chicago ward politician last August, had praise for him Tuesday in the wake of the disaster.

Meanwhile, Mitt Romney heads to Tampa later today.

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