Government relations expert, political adviser, and NPR panelist who became CEO of Christie Strategies, a communications and issue management firm.
He graduated from Haverford College with a B.A. and earned his Juris Doctor degree at George Washington University's National Law Center.
He was critical of the GOP's behavior during the Obama years and zeroed in on conservative GOP chairman Michael Steele and his leadership of the Republican National Committee.
He married his wife Jennifer.
He was a Special Assistant to George W. Bush from 2002 until 2004.