New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tore into first lady Michelle Obama's healthy food initiative Monday...
OPINION: It is simply untrue to suggest President Obama is equally culpable.
They differ on whether the agency should be abolished, but all want change.
The GOP presidential candidate said overseas profits should be taxed at an 8.75 percent rate.
"We can't judge people by one set of remarks they make," Christie said.
He called the labor groups an “absolute subsidiary of the Democratic Party.”
Rubio panned Christie on support for abortion rights and gun control.
The New Jersey governor said Rubio "has never had a tough race in his life.”
"They have just not acted strongly at all around the world," he said.
"I’m always working to help the people of New Jersey and do my job.”
Christie rises, Carson falls in latest rankings by The Hill.
Candidates are sharpening attacks and ramping up their time and resources in the state.
So far, only a few Republican presidential candidates back Obama's agreement.
No Republican candidate was safe during last night’s parody.
But the candidates agreed they were glad the Americans could come home.
"Dictatorship is not leadership and he’s acting like a dictator," Christie says.
Ben Carson and Chris Christie reflected on their difficult upbringings.
He said every American needs to have “skin in the game” to make the tax system fair.
Bush said he wanted to sidestep talk about his family relationships.
“Our pension was never raided to pay for the current obligations," he said.
New Jersey governor rips Rubio's attack ads.
“This president wants to act as if he’s a king, as if he’s a dictator,” Christie said.
Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Chris Christie are among this week's guests.
"They should both try showing up for work," Paul said of his 2016 GOP presidential rivals.