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Christie Not Bothered By McHale's Gibes About Weight, Bridge Scandal

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"Governor, do you want bridge jokes or size jokes? 'Cause I’ve got a bunch of both. I could go half and half. I know you like a combo platter," McHale said during his speech on Saturday night. "Now, I get that. I’m sorry for that joke, Governor Christie. I didn’t know I was going to tell it but I take full responsibility for it. Whoever wrote it, will be fired. But the buck stops here. So, I will be a man and own up to it, just as soon as I get to the bottom of how it happened because I was unaware it happened until just now."

"I am appointing a blue-ribbon commission of me to investigate the joke I just told and if I find any wrongdoing on my part, I assure you I will be dealt with. I just looked into it. It turns out I’m not responsible for it. Justice has been served," McHale Continued.

At the Vanity Fair/Bloomberg after party, Christie said the jokes didn't bother him.

"Listen, I thought he was great, and that’s exactly what I expected," Christie told Vanity Fair. "I thought he was really funny, and not just about me, but about everybody."

McHale took a lot of digs at politicians during his speech, and NBC has compiled some of the low blows.

[H/t Huffington Post]