Two weeks ago, asked about the controversy over Mitt Romney's 47 percent remark, Gov. Christie offered a defense in a radio interview that went after the press:
But yesterday, on ABC's This Week, Christie said media bias shouldn't be an issue:
Despite that warning, Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan complained about media bias yesterday.
And, it turns out, so did Christie. At almost at the same-exact time (thanks to the wonders of taped interviews) that he was shown saying he wouldn't complain about the media, Christie was on Meet The Press complaining about the media. When pressed on specifics about the Romney economic plan, he told host David Gregory:
(Also last week, by the way, Christie said New Jersey Democrats are being supported by "their handmaidens in the press.")