Christie breaks Amtrak's quiet car rule

Chris Christie was asked to leave the quiet section of an Amtrak train bound to New York from Washington today.

The presidential candidate and New Jersey governor was apparently talking loudly on his cellphone. Christie was asked to move by the car's conductor, about 10 minutes into his cell conversation.

"This is frickin' ridiculous," Christie said, who is ninth in the Washington Examiner's presidential power rankings, said. "Seriously? Seriously?"

Gawker reports that Christie was flanked by two Secret Service agents, and implies that he might have been in an argument with them.

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