Christie busts a move on ‘Tonight Show’

Gov. Christie proved he can take a joke, appearing on the ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ last night. Christie poked some fun at the bridge

Governor Chris Christie also poked some fun at

Governor Chris Christie also poked some fun at the bridge traffic scandal.

JERSEY CITY - Gov. Chris Christie proved he can take a joke, appearing on the ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ last night.

Christie poked some fun at the bridge traffic scandal. He also danced with Fallon in honor of Father's Day in the show's popular segment "The Evolution of Dancing," and told Fallon he could beat Hillary Clinton in a one-on-one matchup if the two ran for president.

The appearance is Christie’s first since news broke that members of his administration redirected traffic on the George Washington Bridge in an apparent act of political retribution.

AP News Wires contributed to this story

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