Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie had choice words for GOP rival Jeb Bush over his comments on birthright citizenship, in an interview with Fox News host Megyn Kelly Tuesday evening.
Kelly asked Christie how the Republican party could avoid alienating Hispanic voters, while still appealing the wing of the party that wants a hard stance on illegal immigration.
"You don't need to be pandering to one way or the other. I'll tell the way you don't do it: You don't do like focus-group-tested trips to the border, speak Spanish, and then — you know — criticize Asians," Christie said. "I mean, I don't think that's the way you do it."
Kelly interjected, "He's referring to Jeb Bush, for those of you who were at work for the past couple of days."
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