Christie vs. Booker: Pair Faces Off in Seinfeld Parody Video
1 year ago
New Jersey governor and Newark mayor partake in some comedy.
Republicans and Democrats can co-exist; at least Newark Mayor Cory Booker and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie can.
While two of the nation's rising star politicians may stand on different sides of the aisle and disagree on various things, they have a working relationship as can be seen in their new parody video.
Booker and Christie created a video titled "Don't Worry, We've Got This," parodying the classic show, Seinfeld. The video portrays the two men as bitter political rivals. It was screened Tuesday at the New Jersey Correspondents' Dinner and takes its cue from Jerry Seinfeld's rivalry with character Newman.
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In the beginning of the video, Christie's aides wonder what can help him get his mojo back. Christie decides he will volunteer with NJ State Troopers to put out fires and rescue stranded motorists. His efforts are shot down when Booker arrives on the scene and troopers immediately tell him what situations require immediate action.
"I got it, Governor!" Booker says, prompting a hapless Christie to fume, "Booker!"
You can view the rest of the hilarious video below: