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Trump Friend And Ally Backstabs Him

Trump’s issues take another turn.

Chris Christie, the ex-Governor of New Jersey and a Republican, has stated that he cannot extend his support to former President Donald Trump for another presidential bid, even if Trump emerges as the Republican nominee.

According to The Hill, Chris Christie mentioned that he cannot envision himself casting his vote for President Biden in the 2024 elections, adding that both Biden and Trump are “too old” and “disconnected from the present state of affairs in the world.”

As per sources, Chris Christie was once a supporter of Donald Trump and aided him in his debate preparations against Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. However, Christie has since created a rift with the former President, with his criticism of Trump’s involvement in the insurrection on January 6, 2021, and his general leadership post that incident.

“I can’t help him. No way,” Christie said angering Republicans.

“I’m sorry, I cannot support that. When someone has a rally featuring the Jan. 6 insurrectionists and showcases videos of them – it’s just not fitting for someone who aims to hold the presidential office,” Chris Christie stated, alluding to a recent Trump rally in Waco, Texas, where he played a song composed by jailed rioters from the January 6th incident.

Chris Christie had predicted that Donald Trump would win the Republican nomination in the 2016 elections, and he was determined not to allow Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, to win the presidency. Consequently, Christie had extended his support to Trump.

“Did I have concerns about him? Of course, but you probably have concerns about any candidate other than yourself in the end,” he went on to say.

During a town hall event held at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire on Monday, Chris Christie highlighted that any Republican candidate hoping to challenge and defeat Trump must possess the necessary debating skills.