On Tuesday, New Jersey governor Chris Christie became the fourteenth Republican to join the 2016 presidential race. Christie made the announcement from during a rally at his high school in Livingston, New Jersey.
“The truth will set us free, everybody.
“If we’re going to lead, we have to stop worrying about being loved and start worrying about being respected again. I’m not running for President of the United States as a surrogate for being elected prom king of America.
“When I stand up on a stage like this in front of all of you there is one thing you will know for sure: I mean what I say and I say what I mean.
"And unlike some people who offer themselves for the presidency in 2016, you’re not going to have to wonder whether I can do it or not.”
"After seven years of a weak and feckless foreign policy run by Obama, we better not turn it over to his second mate, Hillary Clinton.
“Americans are not angry. Americans are filled with anxiety.
“Anxiety can be swept away by strong leadership and decisiveness to lead America again," Christie said.