NEWARK, NJ – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today announced his bid for the 2016 Presidential Election at a press conference in downtown Newark today.
In the hour long announcement speech, which included 45 minutes of incomprehensible mumbling, Christie pledged to push political differences off the side into the river and work to build a bridge to next half century.
“Today, let us resolve to build that bridge to the 21st and a half century, to meet our challenges, protect our basic values and block anyone who stands in our way without remorse,” Christie said. “We must show the nation the resolve that we showed in the last century. That we are not afraid to bully our way to the top.”
Christie is viewed by many as the Republican Party’s best candidate to win back the White House in 2016. This comes in spite of recent scandals that are associated with his Governorship.
Following the announcement from Christie former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani gave a brief endorsement for Christie’s campaign.
“I feel like you could not ask for a better president than Governor Christie,” Giuliani said.“If he knew that he had vulnerability in any situation he is accused of he certainly would have been more quiet about it than he was. Trust me, we both know how to cover up scandals so that no one finds out.”