Romney’s sons Matt and Craig attend Christie fundraiser

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with his wife, Ann, and, from the left, their sons Matt, Josh, Craig and Tagg. Christie was forced to defend himself against accusations of disloyalty after praising President Obama’s response to Hurricane Sandy, but the Romney sons’ attendance at a California fundraiser suggests there are no hard feelings.

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with his wife, Ann, and, from the left, their sons Matt, Josh, Craig and Tagg.

No hard feelings?

Two of Mitt Romney’s sons were among the guests at a California fundraiser for Gov. Chris Christie this week, suggesting that both camps have put the bitter end of the November election behind them.

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Some Romney supporters were outraged that the New Jersey Republican had praised President Obama’s response to Hurricane Sandy just a week before Election Day.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie campaigns for Mitt Romney, who appears with wife Ann, in Iowa during the 2012 presidential campaign. Many pushed for Christie to run himself.

Christie was later forced to defend himself against accusations of disloyalty.

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“The fact of the matter is, you know, I’m a guy who tells the truth all the time,” Christie said. “And if the President of the United States did something good, I was gonna say he did something good and give him credit for it.”

The event attended by Matt and Craig Romney was organized by Scott Baugh, a local Republican county chairman who was on Romney’s finance committee, a source told Politico. It was held at the house of a local businessman in the Romneys’ West Coast hometown of La Jolla.

Christie had “very good conversations” with both of Mitt Romney’s sons, the source reportedly said.

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