Chris Christie: Maybe Elizabeth Warren Wrote Hillary’s Economic Speech

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, joined by his family, announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination at Livingston High School on June 30, 2015 in Livingston Twp., New Jersey. Christie made the announcement in the gymnasium of his alma mater, becoming the 14th candidate to join the Republican field.
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie mocked Hillary Clinton’s upcoming speech on the economy, suggesting that it would be more of the same Democratic policies.

“I’m sure it will be more regulation, more taxes, higher taxes, and she’ll justify it by saying she’s going to decide who should be getting more money and who should be getting less,” he said in an interview with Fox and Friends this morning.

Christie argued that the American economy should always be based on the American people, “based on their effort, their ingenuity, and the power of their ideas.”

“I’m sure it will be really uplifting,” he said sarcastically. “Maybe Elizabeth Warren wrote this speech the same way she wrote her announcement speech.”