New Jersey Governor Chris Christie talked about his budget battles with New Jersey lawmakers during an entertaining speech in New York on Tuesday.

Speaking at the New York Historical Society during a conference on tax policy hosted by former President George W. Bush's institute, he said, “I agree with the President that the most important thing that you can do as governor for your economy is to institute pro-growth policies that grow the pie. However, optimism was a little difficult to find in January of 2010 in the State of New Jersey, and here’s why.”

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