Laura Ingraham hosted Matthew Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon.
Continetti said Governor Christie is about to replicate President George W. Bush's electoral victories that catapulted him to the White House with promises that he will get things done. Both he and Ingraham agreed that Christie may not have wanted to be Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012 and that he is "Youtubable" as very few Republicans are - and that he's more conservative than portrayed in the media. If he has the expected landslide re-election win, he will make a strong case for the 2016 White House race.
Ingraham compared the New Jersey governor's race to the Virginia's governor's race where the Democrats may very well go blue as the GOP establishment hasn't supported Ken Cuccinelli. She feels Obama's appearance in the state may not have helped Terry McAuliffe and that the race is tightening, urging Virginia voters to get to the polls.