The race to finish second behind Donald Trump in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary Tuesday has become a battle royale. Just hours after a GOP debate in which Chris Christie repeatedly jumped on Marco Rubio over his overly scripted responses, the outspoken New Jersey governor again took aim at the Sunshine State senator and declared himself the new surging candidate. “I think the whole race changed last night,” Christie said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “There was a march among some of the chattering class to anoint Senator Rubio,” Christie said of the attention the Florida senator received after his strong third-place finish in last week’s Iowa caucuses. “But I think after last night that’s over.” LAST GOP DEBATE BEFORE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY IS HIGHEST RATED OF 2016 During Saturday night’s debate, Christie, time and time again, blasted Rubio for having essentially memorized a line about President Obama, which the Florida senator used at least three times, garnering comparisons on social media likening him to a robot. “There it is. The memorized, 25-second speech,” Christie shot at Rubio during the debate. “See, Marco, the thing is this — when you’re president of the United States, when you’re a governor of… Read full this story
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