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Video: 3-year-old tells Gov. Chris Christie, 'My house is still broken'

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Three-year-old Nicole Mariano tells New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, "my house is still broken," during a town hall meeting on Thursday in Middletown, N.J. Christie called her closer and promised that someone from his administration would see about helping her mom. Then they high-fived. Christie is blaming the federal government for deficiencies in the state's Superstorm Sandy recovery.

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