On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey governor Chris Christie made the morning show rounds to talk about his state’s storm recovery progress. On “Today,” Christie also talked about Halloween, which he will celebrate this year for the first time in two years, joking with Matt Lauer, “I’m actually going as Savannah Guthrie … I figure if I pick Savannah, I will endear myself to the people of my state, because they love her here.” Watch:
On “Good Morning America,” Christie carefully addressed a possible Presidential run, telling George Stephanopoulos that he’s committed to being New Jersey’s governor for “as long as I can possibly do it,” but adding “neither one of us have a crystal ball and know what’s going to happen in the future.” Watch it, as well as Norah O’Donnell and Charlie Rose‘s “CBS This Morning” interview, after the jump.
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