Following Bridgegate, Rand Paul emerged in the 2016 spotlight and Chris Christie retired to the shadows.
Debates on Paul’s foreign policy, his positions on social issues, and his attempt at broader conservative outreach at places like UC Berkeley have been front and center of both right and left publications. Christie has not.
In fact, murmurs of Jeb Bush emerging as a presidential candidate may further dwarf Christie’s standing in the media as the establishment-favored contender.
But there’s one public figure who hasn’t forgotten about Christie: Chris Christie.