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Republican presidential candidate, Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) | First Lady Michelle Obama (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)

Kids can eat anything they want to eat.

That’s what young folks can expect if Chris Christie is elected president.

On Monday, Christie spoke with 11-year-old Jacob Royal while on the campaign trail in Iowa, and Royal told him that he missed being able to eat pizza and chips at lunch.

“The first lady has no business being involved in this,” Christie responded.

Christie wasn’t done targeting Michelle Obama on her Let’s Move Campaign.

“Using the government to mandate her point of view on what people should be eating every day is none of her business, it just isn’t,” Christie said. “I want people to eat healthier. I’ve been trying to eat more healthy. We all should be trying to do that. It makes us better, makes us living longer, better quality of life, all the rest of it. But in the end, it’s your choice.”

“I don’t care what you’re eating for lunch every day. I really don’t. I want you to eat whatever your mother wants you to eat and your father want you to eat,” he went on to tell Royal.

That answer seemed to satisfy Royal, who said after the town hall, “I think it is good that he will fix it.”