Hit the road, Chris Christie — or face a recall.
That's the message from a joint editorial Tuesday from six New Jersey newspapers that say Gov. Christie has no standing in the state following his endorsement last week of Donald Trump for the GOP presidential nomination.
The newspapers' demand that he steps down comes a day after New Hampshire's most influential newspaper said "boy, were we wrong" for endorsing Christie in November ahead of the state's primary.
The six Gannett-owned New Jersey papers note that the governor spent part of 261 days out of state last year campaigning and then continued to travel to support Trump after he quit his own presidential bid on Feb. 10.