In part because he was asked so many questions, Donald Trump seemed to dominate the second Republican presidential debate Wednesday night, but Gov. Chris Christie also managed to hold his own against the rest of the GOP panel.
Gov. Chris Christie has been tirelessly campaigning in New Hampshire and he's a frequent flier to Iowa, but he is gaining no traction with the voters in either state. Polls and national surveys also show him floundering near 10th in the crowded field of GOP presidential candidates.
Fox News is expected to announce Tuesday night the top 10 candidates in national polls who will participate in the first prime time Republican presidential debate scheduled for Aug. 6. The remaining six GOP candidates will be invited to take part in a debate earlier that same day.
As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continues to struggle in the latest round of presidential polls, three local political pundits said it's imperative for him to have a place in next month's upcoming debate to be considered a serious contender for the White House.
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