New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said during Tuesday night’s early GOP debate that he was a victim of China hacking the U.S. government's computer network. 

“I’m one of the victims of that hack,” he said when asked by a debate moderator about the Obama administration’s China policy.

Christie, who was a U.S. attorney, said his Social Security number and fingerprint images were taken.

He also said America has a weak and “feckless” China policy engineered by leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.  

Christie also suggested that if China launched a cyberwar against the United States and he were president, China would “see a cyberwarfare like they have never seen before.”