In March, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s facial expressions as he stood behind Donald Trump at a press conference led him to clarify, “No, I wasn’t being held hostage.” Still, his stunned expression launched a thousand Photoshops, and as he stood behind Trump at his victory speech Tuesday night, “Chris Christie” began trending on Twitter yet again.
Chris Christie is BACK
— Betsy Woodruff (@woodruffbets) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie is finally back.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 27, 2016
He's baaaack: Chris Christie standing just behind Trump's right shoulder.
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie retakes his position behind Trump. pic.twitter.com/WZ68JPdoQB
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) April 27, 2016
He really needs to stop putting Chris Christie in this situation on television. Sad.
— Cameron (@cameron_durkin) April 27, 2016
Guys guys guys: Chris Christie is standing behind Trump!
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie is pretty much the governor of photobombing.
— Invisible Obama (@InvisibleObama) April 27, 2016
— Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) April 27, 2016
Wait a minute … that’s not Bruce Springsteen!
Christie is wearing his scared face again.
— Christina Bellantoni (@cbellantoni) April 27, 2016
— OCDesignzz (@Ocdesign_PwnArt) April 27, 2016
— Tara L. Conley (@taralconley) April 27, 2016
This is Chris Christie's calling. Over-the-shoulder-face-maker. pic.twitter.com/2vIG81f9xh
— Nils Hoeger-Lerdal (@Hoeglerase) April 27, 2016
I am Chris Christie's existential despair.
— NickBaumann (@NickBaumann) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie's resting existential horror face
— Simon Maloy (@SimonMaloy) April 27, 2016
I like how behind every Chris Christie photo is the assumption that his life is flashing before his eyes https://t.co/FgbHCrKeRg
— Mollie Bryant (@MollieEBryant) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie back in the zone again…. pic.twitter.com/C71ZjRFLqC
— Rob (@bobrockmn) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie has totally perfected the gaze. pic.twitter.com/pHE27EtCKA
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) April 27, 2016
No one does the middle-distance vacant stare like Chris Christie
— Tony Gervino (@microtony) April 27, 2016
@CNBC that infamous Chris Christie thousand yard stare though.
— Zach Evans (@ECPzachevans) April 27, 2016
— PoliticalGroove (@PoliticalGroove) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie standing behind Trump, looking creepy and freaking everyone out, again.
— Chicago Man (@Iwanski) April 27, 2016
I'd say this is Christie's "what have I done" face, but he should have come to that weeks ago. https://t.co/asYlK9MX5i
— Ashe Schow (@AsheSchow) April 27, 2016
And Chris Christie's face is still like "oh god what have I done" https://t.co/NML2KCZMFs
— Samantha (@wamsord) April 27, 2016
The thought bubble above @ChrisChristie 's head: "Mongo only pawn in game of life"
— Kennedy (@KennedyNation) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie has opened his mouth in this Trump speech more times than the number of votes Cruz & Kasich has won combined. #SuperTuesday
— Andrew Jerell Jones (@sluggahjells) April 27, 2016
Close your mouth, Chris Christie.
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) April 27, 2016
I wonder if Chris Christie looks at himself in the mirror with the same look of disdain as he is right now…
— Ruke Hache Ele (@DucastheLucas) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie is either still being held captive by Trump or he really wants that vice presidency or whatever scraps Trump leaves.
— Spence (@Spence181) April 27, 2016
Blink once if you're being held against your will. Pls. @ChrisChristie
— sugar and spice… (@oohLaLaItsDes) April 27, 2016
"It's too late for me, but maybe there's still a chance for the rest of you." -Chris Christie's body language https://t.co/96qZxT5J2R
— Daniel Larison (@DanielLarison) April 27, 2016
— Natalie Garcia (@Only1Nat83) April 27, 2016
Am I the only one that feels sorry for Chris Christie? I know he sold his soul to the devil but damn it's so humiliating.
— Ann Malone (@ammboston) April 27, 2016
Chris Christie just found out Prince died pic.twitter.com/B31TquV7Hl
— Becky W Da Good Hair (@ryanbroems) April 27, 2016