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Christie talks to 'The Boss' amid Sandy response

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Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that he had unexpectedly spoken with Bruce Springsteen. Christie said he had been talking about storm damage with President Obama aboard Air Force One, when Obama handed the phone to Springsteen. (Nov. 5)

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