Tell us something we don't know, Governor.
New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie took another shot at his state's teachers today by describing their union leaders as "political thugs."Typically, ABC failed to note union leaders have openly fantasized about his death.
In an interview with ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer, Christie offered no apology for his often tough talk that has left some teachers feeling bruised. He also talked about the presidential possibilities of both himself and his "friend" Donald Trump, and criticism by Jersey rock icon Bruce Springsteen.
While sitting in the school library at Lincoln School in Kearney, N.J., Christie told Sawyer that it's essential for his state's education system to change and he blames the teachers union for the harsh cuts his administration is making, that includes layoffs and larger classrooms.
"I believe the teachers in New Jersey in the main are wonderful public servants that care deeply. But their union, their union are a group of political thugs," Christie said.
Meanwhile, a lighthearted moment from Christie today.