It’s not anything new, but it’s still fun to watch. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got heckled Thursday at a town hall meeting.
While one person is trying to ask a question, the heckler starts jawing at Christie, to which the governor reponds “Either sit down and keep quiet or get out. We’re done with you.”
After things cool down, Christie goes on to say that he’s used to getting yelled at.
“I grew up in a household with an Irish father and a Sicilian mother. Which means that I have been raised on conflict, OK. So I have no problem with conflict.”
h/t USA Today
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