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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took a sudden break from the campaign trail in New Hampshire to tend to an emergency winter storm in his home state.

He phoned into Fox and Friends Weekend this morning to give viewers the latest on how state agencies are facing the storm and what residents should do.

He said that any comparison between this storm and Superstorm Sandy is "irresponsible," saying that any flooding from this storm shouldn't come close to that of the 2012 storm.

Christie said that when he learned that the storm was going to hit New Jersey he immediately returned from New Hampshire, where he's been campaigning ahead of the Feb. 9 primary there.

"I was here last night before the first snowflake hit the ground, and I'll stay here until I'm convinced that we have matters under control."

 

I'm sorry New Hampshire, we've got snow coming in New Jersey so I gotta go home. But, I'll be back. #JONAS

Posted by Chris Christie on Friday, January 22, 2016

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