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Trump Loses His Right To Vote?

This is tragic if it happens.

On Monday, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) expressed skepticism about former President Trump’s ability to cast a vote for himself in the 2024 election.

Christie’s reasoning stems from his belief that Trump is likely to face conviction in a federal criminal case in Washington, D.C., related to attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. According to Christie, Trump’s potential conviction would preclude him from voting.

Christie highlighted the reported immunity deal secured by Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, who is set to testify before a grand jury.

The former governor emphasized the significance of Meadows’s testimony, noting that it carries more weight for conservative voters when coming from someone within Trump’s inner circle rather than a perceived “liberal prosecutor.” Christie previously commented on Meadows’s immunity deal, suggesting that it complicates Trump’s legal challenges in the Jan. 6 case.

In October, Christie asserted on CNN’s “State of the Union” that Trump’s legal battles, including the indictment related to the January 6 events, would hinder his ability to effectively compete with President Biden. He pointed out that Meadows accepting immunity and testifying against Trump regarding post-January 6 lies and election loss revelations significantly adds to the challenges Trump faces in court.