July 31 at 11:00 a.m. ET

A Conversation with Chris Christie

As the Republican chief executive of a deep blue state and a presidential hopeful Chris Christie is no stranger to navigating partisan politics. He will discuss the three crises crippling the nation; the COVID-19 health pandemic, racial equality protests, and the economic crisis crushing families and communities. Christie joins Washington Post national political reporter Robert Costa for a one-on-one conversation to share what he thinks the Trump administration and states should do to get the country back to work and school. Join us on Friday, July 31 at 11:00 a.m. ET
Chris Christie
Former New Jersey Governor (R)
Chris Christie was inaugurated as the 55th Governor of the State of New Jersey on January 19, 2010. He was re-elected in November of 2013 and served two full terms as Governor. He left office in January of 2018.During his time in office, Governor Christie emphasized the issues of fiscal responsibility, pension and health benefit reform, education reform and the opioid crisis gripping his state and the nation. He also devised the state’s landmark response to Superstorm Sandy, leading the rebuilding of the state’s housing, infrastructure and public schools and setting a bi-partisan example for storm recovery.
Robert Costa
The Washington Post
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