Presidential candidate Chris Christie wrapped up a campaign swing through South Carolina this morning.
The New Jersey Governor spoke to voters at a Myrtle Beach restaurant, criticizing the proposed nuclear deal with Iran, and talking up his experience prosecuting terrorists as a United States attorney.
Christie held town halls in both Mount Pleasant and Hilton Head on Monday.
As one of 16 declared Republican candidates, Christie is battling to be one of 10 participants in the first debate, which will take place August 6th.
Today’s Palmetto State appearance was overshadowed by Donald Trump’s speech at Sun City in Bluffton.
Christie will be back on the campaign trail in Iowa on Friday, with three different events planned.