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Christie: Maine Gov. LePage Is 'Crazy' but 'Great'

Thursday, 28 Feb 2013 02:15 PM

By Bill Hoffmann

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn’t averse to poking fun at his Republican counterparts — and that’s exactly what he did with Maine Gov. Paul LePage on Wednesday night.

During a town hall meeting in Montville, N.J., Christie was approached by an 8-year-old girl who said she had visited Maine last summer and had gifts for him from LePage.

“He gave you gifts to give to me?” Christie asked. “He’s crazy. I love Paul. He’s great.”

LePage’s gifts included a photo and a coin, according to The Bangor Daily News.

The girl then quizzed Christie about his favorite part of being governor.

“[The] fun answer … When you’re governor, they close the Lincoln Tunnel for you,” he joked.

“I love going to New York now. I used to hate it.”

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