A NEW Jersey boy who cried on a YouTube clip that hes too small to be governor was all smiles as Gov. Chris Christie made him honorary chief executive. Christie signed a proclamation Wednesday making 5-year-old Jesse Koczon, of Old Bridge, honorary governor for the day and his fraternal twin brother, Brandon, honorary lieutenant governor. The boys, dressed in collared shirt, ties and trousers, appeared at a news conference with their parents, Jon and Dawn Koczon, Christie and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno. Christie, who has four children in elementary through high school, said he related as a father, when he saw the video clip of the boy crying. On the video, Jesses mother asks him why hes upset. Jesse replies, Cause everyone tells me Im too small to be the governor of New Jersey. Christie responded on Twitter: Dont worry Jesse, people gave plenty of reasons why I couldnt be governor, though being too small wasnt one of them. Christie said Jesse may be a natural for the states top job. When the governor asked if he remembered what to do about property taxes, Jesse replied: Dont raise them. When Christie asked what would happen if he did increase taxes, Jesse answered; I wont be governor that long. The children, who fiddled with the microphone and mugged for the cameras throughout the event, seemed to enjoy the job as much as Christie. WP