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Governor Chris Christie Kicks Protestors Out Of Meeting

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MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. -

Governor Chris Christie gets tough with protestors in his first South Jersey Town Hall meeting since the bridgegate scandal.

Governor's security kicked out a man trying to be heard over the crowd at Thursday's event in Mount Laurel, NJ.

He told reporters he was shouting about sandy aid.

A few minutes after that man was shown the door. Then a woman stood up, and interrupted the Governor with another question.

Six hecklers were ejected through the event.  Most of them were complaining about the bridgegate scandal.

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