SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (CBS) – New Jersey governor Chris Christie lashed out at the media during a news conference Friday afternoon over “careless reporting” in the aftermath of Sandy.
After being asked a question about a price gouging lawsuit concerning Bergen County, the governor began his answer by saying, “I want to be clear on this because you guys are starting to really misreport things. We were not part of the lawsuit.”READ MORE: Third Round Of Free At-Home COVID-19 Test Kits Now Available
Christie then referenced an article that was posted by a business news institution earlier in the week claiming the governor called the President to congratulate him and only emailed Romney.READ MORE: New Study Suggests Dogs Can Sniff Out COVID-19
“Bloomberg had some incredibly careless reporting yesterday, saying that I called the president yesterday to congratulate him on his victory — absolutely careless, awful reporting,” said Christie. “Listen guys, people take the stuff you write seriously and I try to speak with real precision behind this microphone. So don’t report that I called the president when I didn’t; the president called me.”
Christie set the record straight saying President Obama calls him every day and at the start of the call in question he did congratulate him and moved on to discuss the situation at hand.MORE NEWS: Here Is Where The Pennsylvania Primary Race For The Senate Seat Stands