NJ Governor Chris Christie, whom conservatives have accused of praising President Obama too much and not supporting Mitt Romney enough, is now adding his voice to criticism about Romney's claims that Obama won the election due to "gifts" to minorities and young voters. The popular Republican said, "You can’t expect to be the leader of all the people and be divisive. You have to talk about themes and policies that unite people."

Christie made his remarks on Morning Joe, “I always hate this kind of scapegoating after elections. I mean, when you lose, you lost." However: "Mitt Romney’s a friend of mine. I understand he’s very upset about how he lost the election. Very disappointing. I’m sure it stings terribly... He's a good man. He will find his level and I think it’s still a little raw."

Christie was on the MSNBC show with Randi Weingarten and... Bradley Cooper:

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