Christopher James “Chris” Christie, the 55th Governor of New Jersey, won reelection as governor on Tuesday and is now considered a front runner for the 2016 republican nomination.
Christie faces tough challenges. The most important is whether he’ll be able to convince the republican establishment that it’s better to nominate a moderate than a tea party radical.
And he faces other, more mundane but potentially crucial questions: his weight.
President William Taft is often remembered as being the most obese president weighing between 250-300 pounds.
But would a candidate of his size win a presidential election today?
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