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Chris Christie Won’t Miss David Letterman’s ‘Fat Jokes,’ Can’t Wait for Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’

The New Jersey governor finally weighed in on Letterman’s upcoming retirement

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is really going to miss David Letterman when Stephen Colbert takes over “The Late Show” in 2015.


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Christie used the classic fake out technique to burn Letterman on Twitter on Wednesday, and endorsed Colbert’s upcoming reign over the CBS late-night show in the process.

See video: Stephen Colbert Reads First Top 10 List on ‘The Late Show’

Colbert, who appeared on “The Late Show” on Tuesday night, hasn’t been kind to Christie, either. The Comedy Central star ripped the “future-former Republican frontrunner” earlier this year on “The Colbert Report” for his Bridgegate scandal, while noting it was the first time in Christie’s career that political pundits were referring to him as “petty” and “small.”

Guess Christie doesn’t mind subtle fat jokes. Or fat jokes which involve him eating donuts:

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