The Brief: Christie and His Problems Come to Texas

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Chris Christie is coming to Texas on Thursday and with a large target on his back placed there by Democrats.

As chairman of the Republican Governors Association, the New Jersey governor and potential presidential candidate will be in Dallas and Fort Worth for fundraisers. But he also brings baggage in the form of allegations that his administration engaged in political revenge against enemies. His appearances on behalf of the RGA now have "a strikingly cloistered quality," The New York Times reported. "His aides refuse to disclose the location of his fund-raising appearances, and the Republican candidates for ...

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