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FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie comforts Kerri Berean in Little Ferry, N.J., after Superstorm Sandy caused a tidal surge on the Hackensack River that overtook a natural berm protecting the town. For Christie, leadership after Sandy often came with an empathetic hug. For New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, it came with an angry tirade at utilities slow to restore power. For New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, it came with cool, businesslike assurance. (AP Photo/The Star-Ledger, David Gard, Pool, File)

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FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie comforts Kerri Berean in Little Ferry, N.J., after Superstorm Sandy caused a tidal surge on the Hackensack River that overtook a natural berm protecting the town. For Christie, leadership after Sandy often came with an empathetic hug. For New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, it came with an angry tirade at utilities slow to restore power. For New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, it came with cool, businesslike assurance. (AP Photo/The Star-Ledger, David Gard, Pool, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie comforts Kerri Berean in Little Ferry, N.J., after Superstorm Sandy caused a tidal surge on the Hackensack River that overtook a natural berm protecting the town. For Christie, leadership after Sandy often came with an empathetic hug. For New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, it came with an angry tirade at utilities slow to restore power. For New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, it came with cool, businesslike assurance. (AP Photo/The Star-Ledger, David Gard, Pool, File)
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