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Christie: Nobody's Business Where My Kids Go to School

Sunday, 26 Jun 2011 09:43 AM

By Hiram Reisner

Chris Christie, New Jersey, schoolNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is defending his fight with a constituent who attacked his plan to cut public school funding and reiterated that it is nobody’s business where his children attend school, Politico reports.

"You know what? I am very blunt, I am very direct," Christie said today on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Christie recently chastised a constituent, saying “it’s none of your business” when she asked at a forum whether it was fair to cut public education funding, while sending his children to private schools.

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