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Chris Christie Tells Brian Williams He's 'Disappointed' in Obama's Partisanship

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sat down with NBC's Brian Williams for an interview to air on Thursday's NBC Nightly News.

As you can see in the clip below, Christie, a Republican, said he was disappointed that Obama has been "incredibly partisan." As Christie said,
"When you're president, your obligation -- I think -- is to set the tone and to embarrass the others into changing theirs. And I've been disappointed in the real partisan tone the president has taken, both in terms of his policies and in terms of his rhetoric. And now, he seems kind of angry about things when I see him out on the campaign trail. And I don't think that President Obama does angry well. I don't think that suits him well...

... I think [Obama] promised to be something very different. He promised to be post partisan. And he really hasn't been."
You can watch the clip here:

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