Regarding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s recent gay marriage veto, The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capeheart told Christie, “The key difference between you and [President Obama on gay marriage] is while you support putting the civil rights of a minority up for public referendum, the president is certainly not in favor of that.” Christie then demanded to know when the president said that. The debate continued:
Christie: I used to be a prosecutor, I don’t know if you did too but I’m not going to be cross-examined by you this morning.
Capeheart: I’m having fun trying.
Christie: I know and you’re going to lose.