Christie Badly Hurt by Traffic Scandal: Hunt

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Jan. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Al Hunt discusses the ongoing investigations with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

For a moment.

Hillary clinton.

They will be watching.

But seven look ahead.

What do you make of the current chris christie situation?

The only business people we saw stand up for him work in druckenmiller -- he has been hurt, badly hurt.

What his great appeal was that he can win.

He was a guy who was authentic and he can win.

Use of the poll today -- down 10 points.

I am not sure if i know of anyone -- any actual wrongdoing.

It is politics as usual in new jersey.

Why do you say it is going to go on?

You have a democratic legislature.

They wanted to go on.

It drags out.

I think it has clearly been hurt.

Is it irreparable?

No.

but is more -- it is more than just a crossing blow.

Is it possible that he might find himself in a jamie dimon like situation?

Where it becomes so over the top and apparently political the people begin to feel sorry for the guy and think that he is civic them of some kind of political persecution?

That happened to bill clinton if you remember.

Much better -- a much better analogy.

I think it will be hard.

He looked like a bully.

The problem you had anyway, even before all this, does jersey travel to the midwest?

I sure hope so.

I'm not sure the style will work in wisconsin or in minnesota.

I think jersey is universal.

[laughter]

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