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Chris Christie: The Clintons Will Never Again Live in America's Public Housing

At Thursday night's debate, Chris Christie delivered the most cheered line of the night. He promised Republicans that if he was nominated, "The days of the Clintons in public housing are over."

He was responding to a question about the bridgegate scandal when he turned it around and went after the Clintons instead. He argued that his background as a federal prosecutor will serve him well.

He said, "I will be ready, I will take her on and when I take her one I guarantee you one thing--she will never get within 10 miles of the White House." The crowd went nuts with jubilation.

Christie was again asked why voters should trust that the bridgegate scandal is literally water under the bridge. A few minutes earlier, Rubio called Sanders a socialist. He also received laughs when he said, "I think Bernie Sanders is a good candidate for president...of Sweden. We don't want to be Sweden. We want to be the United States of America."

Then, Rubio took his turn bashing Hillary Clinton saying she was "disqualified" from being commander in chief because of her handling of the Benghazi terror attacks in 2012 and the email scandal. Rubio also said, "In fact, one of her first acts as president may very well be to pardon herself. Because Hillary Clinton stores classified information on her private server and Hillary Clinton lied to the families of those four brave Americans who lost their lives in Benghazi."

Rand Paul was asked how Bill Clinton's affairs in the 90s should impact his wife's candidacy. Paul said "That if what Bill Clinton did, any CEO in our country did with an intern, with a 22-year-old, 21-year-old intern in their office they would be fired. They would never be hired again. Fired, never hired again and probably shunned."

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