Chris Christie Says He Intends to Finish His Term as Governor

ATLANTIC CITY — In an appearance this afternoon at the New Jersey League of Municipalities Conference, Gov. Chris Christie told a crowd that he’s not leaving office and intends to finish his second term.

“For those of you who are sad, forget it,” Christie said. “For those of you who are happy, mark it down. The end of my term will be January 18, 2018.”

More shortly from PolitickerNJ reporter J.T. Aregood, who is covering Christie’s remarks at the Sheraton.

Update: Here’s Aregood’s story.

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