New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday he's running for the Republican presidential nomination, saying Americans are "filled with anxiety" but that feeling can be "swept away" by strong leadership. Like fellow Republican Jeb Bush, Christie said the U.S. economy should grow at 4% a year. He also blasted President Barack Obama's policies and criticized Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton as Obama's "second mate."
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