Woman Who Called Christie "Hot and Sexy" Pens Letter to His Wife - NBC New York

Woman Who Called Christie "Hot and Sexy" Pens Letter to His Wife

She was talking about his leadership ability, duh.



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    The woman who left New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speechless when she called him "hot and sexy" has written a letter to his wife.

    Christie told Debra Nicholson to write his wife because they had celebrated their 25th anniversary on Tuesday and such a comment would "keep her on her toes."

    Nicholson told The Daily Record of Parsippany she began the letter to Mary Pat Christie by writing, "Your husband asked me to do this."

    The married mother of three says she was responding to a recent poll that found Christie is slightly hotter, politically speaking, than President Barack Obama.

    The attorney said she returned home Wednesday night and found 86 messages on her voicemail after video of her remark went viral.

    Nicholson says Christie displays leadership that is "hot and sexy."