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Live Stream Of Donald Trump/Chris Christie's Rally In Lawrenceville, NJ

Post Registrar — May 23, 2016

"I'm not able to get my head around someone who uses language to demean people and uses bullying as the way to establish his credentials and motivate people, because that's just too risky". He told the crowd. [sic]

"While most revenues have performed close to expectations, there is a crucial exception: We were too optimistic about the (gross income tax) and are changing our outlook for both fiscal years", Haines said.

"You know, Chris paid off his entire campaign debt tonight, right?" "And you know, you can't give them a table or a seat. But he's a great guy and he's a great governor".

In recent comments Christie has highlighted his friendship with Trump, which goes back more than a decade, and insisted support doesn't stem from political expediency. He said he talked with his wife about staying out of the race or to "do something that was going to make a difference". With 20 months left in his term, he faces a wide variety of troubles.

Doherty said, "I think the whole New Jersey party should get on board. You can make it in New Jersey, you can do just about anything you want".

Organizations including New Jersey Citizen Action, New Jersey Working Families Alliance, New Jersey Sierra Club, ATU, and others worked together to coordinate the rally.

But Thursday, Trump touted how Christie has balanced the Garden State's budget six straight years without a tax hike and has given more into the state's public-worker pension system than any previous governor. The line of Trump supporters started forming this afternoon outside the armory.

At times, Trump rambled, moving from topic to topic at whim, but striking all his familiar themes. "Only one time. It'll only take one call", he said. At Thursday's rally, Trump insisted that he believed in free trade, but only if the deals were good. Along a busy street running by the armory, a few dozen quiet Trump supporters stared down a raucous gathering of around a hundred anti-Trump demonstrators. "And with nearly every national and state poll showing Senator Sanders doing much, much better than Secretary Clinton against Donald Trump, it is clear that millions of Americans have growing doubts about the Clinton campaign". However, the presumptive nominee has now announced that he will raise money in the general election and entered into a joint fundraising agreement with the Republican National Committee earlier this week to funnel donations to what has always been predicted to be a billion-dollar campaign. We're going to win, win, win. He promised to build a wall along the border with Mexico, invigorating a crowd that frequently burst into chants of "build that wall!"

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