BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie does not mince words. Holding a press conference in Trenton on Wednesday to voice his displeasure at Congress’s refusal to approve a $60 billion package for victims of Superstorm Sandy, he could barely contain his rage.
"While more may be needed in the long term, this robust package is a major first step that we will work to pass as quickly as possible," two House members from New York, Democrat Nita Lowey and Republican Peter King, said in a statement.