"This is just an awful law that made no sense and that's why I didn't get into a state exchange. And no I have absolutely no regrets," Christie said. "In fact, I'm really glad the train wreck's not mine, it's his. This is a disaster. And it was a train wreck that anybody who's managed anything ever in their lives, could've seen coming."
Despite his apparent contempt for the law, Christie was one of a handful of GOP governors who signed off on the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion for his state, a move that's led to some criticism from fellow Republicans. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a potential 2016 rival, branded Christie's acceptance of the Medicaid expansion a "moderate" decision.
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