- The Washington Times - Friday, January 10, 2014

New Jersey’s most famous reality television star has some harsh words of criticism for Gov. Chris Christie: You are indeed a big bully.

“Jersey Shore” star “Snooki,” whose real name is Nicole Polizzi, tweeted her reaction to a Thursday press conference that included a question to the governor about whether he considered himself a bully.

“I am who I am,” he responded. “But I am not a bully.”

Snooki apparently disagreed, sending out a tweet: “Is it Billy goat, Bully Goat or Scapegoat? #ChristiesTrollBridge #threebillygoatsgruff.”

The reality star also told ABC News that she would not support Mr. Christie if he entered the race for the 2016 White House.

“Well, it’s obvious he wouldn’t have my vote! Pretty sure he would exile me,” she said.

Mr. Christie isn’t likely to care much about her opinion. He once referred to “Jersey Shore,” which ran on MTV, as a “negative for New Jersey.” And after an awkward meeting between the two last year, Snooki said the governor “just doesn’t like us.”

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