Governor Chris Christie speaks during the Sunshine Summit conference in Orlando (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Gov. Chris Christie has taken his verbal attacks on President Obama and Hillary Clinton and their handling of the Paris attacks to the airwaves of New Hampshire in a new ad.

In an ad produced and paid for by America Leads, the ad begins with comments made by both Obama and Clinton. The first shows Obama's comment about ISIS being contained. made hours before the Paris attacks. Then the ad shows Clinton's debate remark about the fight against ISIS not being an American fight, before the video cuts to Christie' s own speech about America being "tired of weakness in the Oval Office."

The ad comes as Christie continues to pin his presidential hopes on New Hampshire where a new Fox News poll gives him 6% of the vote, putting him ahead of Carly Fiorina, Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum.

Christie has been an outspoken critic of the President since the attack by ISIS on Paris that killed 132 people. He was critical in a speech to Republicans in Florida the day after the attacks. “He sees the world as he likes to see it, as fantasy,” Christie said. “I see the world as it really is and it’s time to have a president who sees the world as it really is, not how he wishes it would be.”