Christie locks horns with Jindal over 'stupid party' jibe

Washington, Aug. 17 : The Jersey politician reportedly took aim at Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal who had said that Republicans need to stop being the 'stupid party' and needed to learn to 'talk like adults'.

Chris Christie told Republicans that he will not call them the 'stupid party' as the election was over and he simply wants to taste victory and not get in esoteric debates, the New York Daily News reports.

He further said that he was there to win and dismissing some folks who believed that their job was to be college professors.

Jindal is the latest Republican with presidential prospects to get splashed with Christie's spouting critiques of his own party, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 17-08-2013)

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