- The Washington Times - Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Hillary Clinton on Wednesday mocked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, saying the Republican has become little more than Donald Trump’s personal servant.

Speaking in Atlantic City, Mrs. Clinton said Mr. Christie’s attachment to Mr. Trump has hurt the people of New Jersey.

“If your governor would start doing his job instead of following Donald Trump around holding his coat, maybe we could really get New Jersey’s economy moving again,” she said.

Mr. Christie endorsed Mr. Trump earlier this year and is widely seen as a potential vice presidential pick.

Mrs. Clinton is in Atlantic City Wednesday to deliver a speech attacking Mr. Trump’s business record.

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