WaPo: Damaged Christie repackages himself in touchy-feely tones

At the core of Gov. Chris Christie’s self-rehabilitation project is his “supreme confidence that he can come back — that his sinking poll numbers, the state’s two credit downgrades this year and hovering prosecutors are no match for his liveliness and rapport with the blue-state voters his party craves,” according to a story in today’s Washington Post.

The piece, “His political standing damaged by bridge scandal, Chris Christie seeks a new image,” can be found here.

WaPo: Damaged Christie repackages himself in touchy-feely tones