The mayor of Jersey City took a poke at Gov. Chris Christie’s day at the beach during a supervision shutdown over the summer in his new ad expelled Tuesday.
“I’m Steve Fulop and they used to contend politics in New Jersey is no day at the beach, until unexpected it was,” the Democratic mayor pronounced in the ad patrician “Day at the Beach” featuring the barbarous shots of Christie sitting in his beach chair.
Fulop, who was inaugurated mayor in 2013 and is up for re-election, went on to prominence his office’s accomplishments including the building of new schools, affordable housing, the opening of new businesses and more.
Christie, however, didn’t shun from making an coming in the 30-second ad.
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“We deliberate either poke fun or not…. but then motionless “ehh, let’s just do it. It was ridiculous to be on the beach,” Fulop, 40, tweeted.
Christie was criticized when a photographer published photos of the Republican administrator and his family shower up the object at Island Beach State Park during the Fourth of Jul weekend.
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