What to Know
- Christie has been unapologetic about photos snapped by NJ.com that showed him at the state governor's residence at Island Beach State Park
- People in New Jersey and beyond seized on what many saw as a let-them-eat-cake gesture by the state's chief executive
- The ethics complaint is seeking fines and sanctions to be imposed against the lame-duck governor
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is getting his shot to sit in for New York's dean of sports talk radio.
WFAN radio says Christie will fill in Monday and Tuesday afternoons for Mike Francesca.
Christie frequently fills in for co-host Boomer Esiason on WFAN's morning show.
Christie has said that he's interested in sports broadcasting and political watchers in the state have speculated whether that could be his full-time job after leaving office in January.
Francesca is set to leave the station later this year.
What talent! A "topical" sand sculpture on the Seaside Heights beach today. (Photo: Dave Bobal) pic.twitter.com/RGrRjpi4D9— JSHN (@JSHurricaneNews) July 4, 2017
The Republican governor is term-limited and will be looking for a job at the same time.