“This is the president’s problem, because he has not allowed law and order to be the rule of the day in the United States. Lawlessness has been the rule of the day,” Christie said in an interview on “Fox and Friends” after the hosts recounted recent killings of police officers in Illinois and Texas, and another shooting in Nevada over the weekend. “And now the president says little or nothing about these police officers that are being hunted.”
From sanctuary cities to recreational marijuana, the Republican presidential candidate said he would reverse the trends of Obama’s administration and enforce the law when he becomes president.
“Law and order will restore some sense of normalcy to people’s lives,” he remarked. “And we’ll stand behind our law enforcement officers around the country.”