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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appearing Monday with David Letterman

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie answers a question Thursday, Jan.17, 2013, in Trenton, N.J. Christie said New Jersey is taking a more deliberative approach to gun control, mental health and school security by forming a task force to study the issues and make recommendations within 60 days. Christie refused to take a position on President Barack Obama's call for a federal ban on assault weapons. New Jersey has had an assault weapons ban in place for 21 years, and Christie says he supports state gun laws already on the books. (Photo By The Associated Press)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie answers a question Thursday, Jan.17, 2013, in Trenton, N.J. Christie said New Jersey is taking a more deliberative approach to gun control, mental health and school security by forming a task force to study the issues and make recommendations within 60 days. Christie refused to take a position on President Barack Obama's call for a federal ban on assault weapons. New Jersey has had an assault weapons ban in place for 21 years, and Christie says he supports state gun laws already on the books. (Photo By The Associated Press)
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Friday, February 01, 2013 08:33 am
NEW YORK — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will soon be crossing the Hudson River to appear on "Late Show with David Letterman."CBS says the colorful, outspoken Christie will make his first appearance with Letterman on Monday.

The guest shot follows numerous jokes by Letterman at the expense of Christie and his ample girth.

Christie termed his plumpness "fair game" for comedians at a 2011 news conference. But maybe he'll arrive for "Late Show" with some droll observations of his own to target Letterman.

"Late Show" airs on CBS at 11:35 p.m. EST.

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