Chris Christie Seen on Video Confronting Cubs Fan at Brewers Game

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Chris Christie Seen on Video Confronting Cubs Fan at Brewers Game

New Jersey's governor had some words for a critical baseball fan at a game in Wisconsin on Sunday, according to a local television station. The Cubs were playing the Milwaukee Brewers, of which Christie's son is a player.

Christie is an avid sports fan, and is often seen at Dallas Cowboys games with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

You clearly hear the NJ governor tell the dude, "You're a big shot" - before he pulls back and continues down the steps. nachos intact and all.

"When he initially was going up the stairs I yelled his name", Brad Joseph told WISN.

We don't know what the Cubs fan said. "He was quite a bit passed me, and 30 feet away I yelled his name and told him that he sucked".

Christie caught a foul ball at a New York Mets game earlier this week, and received a chorus of boos from the fans in attendance.

Apparently, a Cubs fan in attendance spotted the governor and made a decision to heckle him as he walked down to his seat.

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