Chris Christie Attempts To Sabotage Republicans

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Thursday, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who withdrew from the 2024 Republican primary race last month, once again expressed his opposition to former President Donald Trump and argued that there were no circumstances under which would vote for Trump. He also left the door open for the possibility that in November he might vote for President Joe Biden or a third-party option.

In an interview on “The View” Christie had made it clear that he did not like either of the two possible nominees for the two main parties in the general election. However, the former presidential candidate had confirmed that he was not going to be supporting the Republican front-runner. 

As he pointed out these were in his opinion “two awful choices.” He proceeded to say that the only thing that he was willing to commit to is that there was no chance he would be voting for Trump. 

During the 2024 Republican primary, Christie had been Trump’s most vocal critic and had fully presented himself as an anti-Trump candidate. However, his campaign never managed to gain the required steam to proceed in the race. 

After dropping out of the race, Christie avoided endorsing any presidential candidate and even dissed Nikki Haley, who is the last remaining opponent facing Trump. In a hot mic incident, Christie had stated that Haley was going to get “smoked” in the primary. However, since that incident, he has admitted that he regrets this remark.

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