New Jersey Governor Chris Christie repeatedly blasted Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., calling his efforts to end bulk data collection on Americans "wrong" and done "to make a political point" that has "made America weaker and more vulnerable."
Paul is "politicizing America's national security," charged Christie on "Fox News Sunday."
Christie seemed visibly angry as he spat out the word "wrong" to repeatedly characterize Paul's efforts to dismantle sections of the Patriot Act that allow surveillance on Americans without a warrant.
He said Paul has "cut his speeches and put them on the Internet to raise money off of them" which is "wrong. And his position is wrong."