He may want to work in Washington D.C., but does Gov. Chris Christie really want to move out of New Jersey?
Christie made his first public appearance since the "Bridgegate" lane-closure scandal broke last week, appearing in Manahawkin Thursday to announce an $817 million housing recovery program in one of the communities hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy.
But the governor, who many have cast as a potential Republican nominee for president in 2016, also spoke of his affection of New Jersey and told the gathering that: "This is where I intend to spend the rest of my life."
Christie abruptly cancelled the same event last week - with less than 20 minutes notice - after the "Bridgegate" story broke.