New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday accused his GOP rivals of being part of the useless debate club in the Senate that isn't getting anything done, and said Americans want a state executive like himself who knows how to get things done.

Christie lobbed his criticism after a debate between Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul about how to protect people's privacy and yet maintain security. After listening, he said no one really cares about the subtle, hypothetical positions of the two senators.

"I want to talk to the audience at home for a second. If your eyes are glazed over like mine, this is what it's like to be on the floor of the United States Senate," Christie said. "I mean, endless debates about how many angels on the head of a pin for people who have never had to make a consequential decision in an executive position."

Along with Sen. Ted Cruz, one-third of the debate slate Tuesday night was comprised of members of the U.S. Senate. But Christie said his experience as governor is much more valuable.

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