Gov. Chris Christie stopped just short of taking the bat out on state Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-37), Teaneck, at his press conference today.
“She wanted to be lieutenant governor and she didn’t get it, I understand,” said Christie.
Former Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine “was in New York four nights” a week and Weinberg didn’t complain.
“It’s politics,” said Christie, describing Weinberg’s objection to Christie’s out-of-state endeavors.
He later again pointed his finger at Weinberg, who slammed the Christie administration for originally including his political schedule in his government itinerary but now has a problem with lack of transparency, the governor said.