Christie Expected to Suspend 2016 Campaign After Disappointing New Hampshire Vote

February 10, 2016

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to suspend his 2016 presidential bid today; exiting the race one day after a 6th place finish in New Hampshire. Christie received no delegates through the first two events of the 2016 nominating race.

 

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