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New Jersey audiences clearly aren't enough for Chris Christie anymore. His office always talks about how sought after his show is on the national circuit, but according to the Auditor he's actually looking for opportunities himself:
But there are apparently some speaking gigs the high-profile governor covets more than others. The Auditor learned that the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank, reached out to Christie - after his staff reached out first. The governor will be there tomorrow, talking jobs, tax cuts and bipartisanship.
"This invitation came through a staffer of the governor's who knows our managing director," Brookings spokeswoman Laurie Boeder said. "The staffer let us know that the governor wanted to make a speech and wondered if Brookings would be the right venue."
He wanted to make a speech? What's wrong, he couldn't call the Legislature back into another special session to use them for B-Roll again?