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Ramaswamy Takes Nasty Swipe At Christie After Shredding His Agenda

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie clashed with entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy during a Republican Party presidential primary debate in Alabama.

Ramaswamy criticized former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s foreign policy knowledge, claiming she lacked understanding of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Christie vehemently opposed Ramaswamy’s remarks and criticized his own plan for dealing with Russia. (Trending: Biden Bank Records Reveal Another Massive Bombshell)

The heated exchange ended with Ramaswamy mocking Christie’s foreign policy experience and Christie admonishing Ramaswamy’s behavior during debates.

“One thing that Joe Biden and Nikki Haley have in common is that neither of them could even state for you three provinces in eastern Ukraine that they want to send our troops to actually fight for,” said Ramaswamy.

Ramaswamy addressed Haley directly sayin, “Look at that. This is what I want people to understand. These people have, I mean, she has no idea what the hell the names of those provinces are, but she wants to send our sons and daughters and our troops and our military equipment to go fight it.”

“So reject this myth that they’ve been selling you that somebody had a cup of coffee stint at the U.N. and then makes 8 million bucks after, has real foreign policy experience,” Ramaswamy continued.

Adding, “It takes an outsider to see this through — look at the blank expression. She doesn’t know the names of the provinces that she wants to actually fight for.”

Chris Christie attempted to pitch his Ukraine resolution but was interrupted by Ramaswamy.

Christie snapped, “You do this at every debate!”

“You say — no, don’t interrupt me! I didn’t interrupt you!” Christie yelled.

“You do this at every debate. You go out on the stump and you say something, all of us see it on video, we confront you on the debate stage, you say you didn’t say it, and then you back away,” charged the NJ Republican.

“This is the fourth debate that you would be voted in the first 20 minutes as the most obnoxious blowhard in America,” predicted Christie.

“So shut up for a little while!” yelled the former governor.

Ramaswamy responded with a laugh and said, “So, first of all, I think we just learned something from Chris Christie.”

“First of all, Chris Christie also doesn’t know what provinces in eastern Ukraine he actually wants us to fight for,” Ramaswamy said.

“Chris, your version of foreign policy experience was closing a bridge from New Jersey to New York. So do everybody a favor, just walk yourself off that stage, enjoy a nice meal, and get the hell out of this race,” shouted the entrepreneur.

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