Christie: Santorum not experienced enough for White House

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) spoke about the latest developments in the Republican race for the White House today during an event at a New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK - Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) spoke about the latest developments in the Republican race for the White House today during an event at a New Brunswick home.

Christie says that like himself, Mitt Romney has served as the chief executive of a state and would therefore make a better candidate for the presidency than Rick Santorum, who, like President Obama, has had less experience.

Christie also says that the race for the White House will not be easy. Christie says the Romney camp has asked him to campaign in New Hampshire, which is something he says he'll consider. However, the governor still says not to bet on him vying for the vice presidential spot.

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