Transcript for Governor Christie's Outburst on 2-Year Anniversary of Sandy
Tonight marks two years since super storm sandy ravaged the northeast and today in belmar, New Jersey, Chris Christie marking the anniversary, when a war of worlds erupting with a heckler. ABC's chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl tonight. Reporter: It was supposed to be a mission accomplished moment. Chris Christie touting the rebuilding of the Jersey shore on the second anniversary of super storm sandy. But then a protester accuses Christie of not doing enough to help storm victims who are still suffering. I got the picture, I read it, so -- yeah, you do yours, too, buddy. Reporter: Christie is known for his occasional outbursts and this was classic Christie. We're going to get into a debate here today, it's going to get very interesting and fun. Somebody like you who doesn't know anything but to stand up and show off when the cameras are here. I've been here when the cameras aren't here, buddy, and done the work. I've been here when the cameras weren't here and did the work. So -- Reporter: Last year, Christie celebrated the rebuilding of the Jersey shore with president Obama. This year -- a much different scene. So, listen, you want to have the conversation later, I'm happy to have it, buddy. But until that time, sit down and shut up. Reporter: Afterwards, that protester told us that Christie is a bully. Christie's office had no comment on this. But David, it comes just as he is getting ready to make a decision about whether or not to run for president. All right, Jon Karl at the white house.
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