Chris Christie Will Soon Need A Job New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie leaves office at the end of the year. Despite being an early Trump supporter, he didn't get a Cabinet spot. And a radio station was even considering him for a talk show.

Chris Christie Will Soon Need A Job

Chris Christie Will Soon Need A Job

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie leaves office at the end of the year. Despite being an early Trump supporter, he didn't get a Cabinet spot. And a radio station was even considering him for a talk show.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a career update for Chris Christie. The governor of New Jersey leaves office at the end of the year and is still seeking that next opportunity. He missed out on being vice president. Despite early support for President Trump, he was not named to the Cabinet. Now we know New York sports radio station WFAN considered him for a talk show. But Christie says that won't happen. Touring with Springsteen - well, that has still not been formally ruled out. It's MORNING EDITION.

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