Two political outsiders are atop The Hill’s Republican presidential rankings.
The Republican presidential candidate was reportedly asked to leave Amtrak's quiet car.
“Everything’s had to be dragged out of her," he said.
Christie is supported by just 5 percent of New Jersey Republican voters.
Christie calls for raising the retirement age, while Sanders wants to expand payroll taxes.
"Maybe he should do all of us a favor [and] start building his library now."
Each has 18 percent support from Republicans in the Keystone State.
Personal enmities are out in the open in the race for the White House.
Christie said the public doesn't care about House GOP intrigue.
The quarterly deadline for campaigns to report their finances is fast approaching.
Christie said the "competition of ideas and personalities" will determine the 2016 race.
Christie said Republicans "have done nothing" with House and Senate majorities.
“We’ve never had a reality TV star run for president before,” Christie said.
A representative for the governor said he was not kicked out of the car.
Christie says White House run is dedicated to justice for everyday Americans.
Trump edges out Carson by 1 percentage point in the Keystone State.
The New Jersey governor also said Obama was "pushed around."
Christie calls the Speaker's race "Game of Thrones nonsense."
Christie said his record shows he can "keep the Republican Party together."
Rep. Jason Chaffetz will make an appearance on “Fox News Sunday.”
The support comes despite the New Jersey governor's low poll numbers.
Trump slid back 3 points in the new Quinnipiac poll to 25 percent.
Christie said the pope is infallible on religious matters, not political ones.
Pope Francis's forthcoming visit is expected to be a leading Sunday topic.