Gov. Christie kicked out of Amtrak 'quiet car'

Gov. Chris Christie was allegedly talking too loud in an Amtrak train quiet car Sunday morning when a conductor asked him to leave.

Gov. Chris Christie was allegedly talking too loud in an Amtrak train quiet car Sunday morning when a conductor asked him to leave.

Gov. Chris Christie was allegedly talking too loud in an Amtrak train quiet car Sunday morning when a conductor asked him to leave. (10/25/15)

EDISON - Gov. Chris Christie was allegedly talking too loud in an Amtrak train quiet car Sunday morning when a conductor asked him to leave.

Gov. Christie was spotted on the Acela train from Washington to New York after his appearance on the CBS show “Face the Nation.” A passenger told Gawker that Gov. Christie was apparently very animated on the phone, repeatedly saying "this is ridiculous" and "seriously, seriously?"

The passenger says the governor left the car yelling at his Secret Service detail.

Gov. Christie's spokeswoman apologized for the incident Sunday afternoon.

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