New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie nearly lost it when the CNBC moderators started asking about fantasy football during Wednesday night's presidential debate.

CNBC's moderators asked Jeb Bush about whether the government should regulate fantasy football. That question drew the ire of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

After touting his undefeated fantasy football team, Bush said, "There should be some regulation. I have no clue whether the federal government's the proper place, my instinct is to say, 'Hell no.'"

Christie interjected with incredulity, and asked, "Are we really talking about getting the government involved in fantasy football?"

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