Transcript for Chris Christie Tells Doctor to 'Shut Up' About His Weight
New Jersey governor Chris Christie says he's had enough the governor really addresses jokes or comments about his weight. But he is lashing out at a former White House Doctor Who said he could die in office Eyewitness News reporter Tim Fleischer with the governor's reaction Tim. And -- -- this is certainly not the first time the governor Christie's weight has become an issue but this time he took it apparently to heart. This is -- -- wants five minutes on TV governor Chris Christie and went right to the heart comments about his health and longevity. Lambasting his former White House -- from Arizona who was sharing her own medical opinion about -- I worry that you may have a heart attack you may have a stroke it's almost like a time bomb waiting to happen unless he addresses those issues before it runs her office doctor -- -- on major rupture -- Christie's weight in -- CNN interview. Also mentioning that she wants to see him run for president but -- -- -- lose weight. My twelve year old -- -- through -- sensitive data usually die. Think tomorrow is irresponsible stuff the governor's -- has long been a topic of discussion by even Christie himself. On Monday appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman if he -- -- I've made jokes about you not just one -- -- not just the ongoing here and there intermittent and then to the surprise of many Christie pulls a young children from his pocket. Taking a big -- and added I know is going to be this law. A physician more than a Democrat or Republican and I worry about this man dying in office but in true Christie fashion freely -- when asked about the Dodgers -- to leave with the last war. If she wants to get on a plane and come here to New Jersey. And ask -- she wants to examine me review might my medical history of conversation with her about that until that time she should shut up. They'll have to believe -- Governor Christie described his health as remarkably good but didn't admit -- his doctor warns him that. His luck is going to run out soon.
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