Gov. Christie takes state police chopper to son's baseball game

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) raised eyebrows today when he traveled to his son's baseball game in a New Jersey State Police helicopter.

Christie landed in Bergen County in the brand new $12 million chopper, then got into a car with tinted windows and was driven 100 yards to the game.

New Jersey's first couple returned to the chopper and left during the fifth inning. Christie's eldest son, Andrew, was the starting catcher for Delbarton High School.

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