Carville gets one right for once. You can certainly see the ads of Obama and Cristie smiling arm in arm.
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On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the show’s panel discussed the fallout from the controversy surrounding Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) and his chances for the presidency in 2016. Show panelist James Carville downplayed the effects of the controversy on Christie’s political ambitions, arguing Christie didn’t have a shot at the Republican nomination to begin with.

“Look, my view is different,” Carville said. “I don’t think [the Republicans] were ever going to nominate a global warming loving, Obama hugging, Fort Lee mugging sort of guy. He just didn’t fit the profile. I think this was all some sort of New Jersey and New York Republicans thinking he would be a good candidate.”

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