Christie takes on hecklers at Monmouth commencement

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) was forced to deal with hecklers today as he delivered the commencement speech for Monmouth University graduates. As Christie delivered his education-focused address at PNC Bank Arts Center, a handful of students protested outside the graduation. Some students also wrote messages on their mortar boards to send messages. One student who studied education at the university told News 12 New Jersey that the governor's cuts have ruined her career before it even began.

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