Why Christie Isn't Worried About Crowded GOP Field

Chris Christie isn't worried that he'll be drowned out in the crowded GOP field for the 2016 nomination.
"I think the biggest problem with so many people is getting attention, and I've never had any problem getting attention," the New Jersey Republican said in an exclusive interview with NBC's Matt Lauer. "So I think I'll do okay."
Christie, who spoke first with NBC News on the day of his presidential announcement, said that it's "hard to say" if the unusual volume of rivals vying for the White House is an advantage or disadvantage for his own candidacy. But he believes he'll be able to break through even with 13 other declared Republican candidates in the field and more planning to announce this summer. Christie announced his presidential campaign on Tuesday in his hometown of Livingston, New Jersey.