(PartiallyPolitics.com) – Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) in a recent appearance on ABC News warned that a second Trump administration would lead to a “huge personnel problem” in the White House.
As Christie told anchor George Stephanopoulos, former President Donald Trump winning back the White House would lead to big problems, as there would be people who would end up serving in senior positions in the federal government who do not have any business being there. He added that it was also important for them to take Trump “at his word.” As he noted this is going to be a “vendetta presidency.”
The recent interview is set to air on ABC News and “Good Morning America” ahead of the release of Christie’s third book. In January, Christie dropped out of the presidential race.
During the interview, Christie told the anchor that his previous support for the former President had been a mistake.
Christie has not yet endorsed anyone in the presidential race, however, he has often criticized the former President. Currently, the only remaining major challenger in the GOP primary race is former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who argued last month that did not need nor did she want the endorsement of Christie.
Christie had previously attempted to win the GOP nomination in 2016 but ended up withdrawing from the race and supporting Trump’s transition team before he took office. In the interview on Tuesday, Christie argued that Trump had not expected that he would win the presidential election and that he had found the presidency intimidating which is why he had brought experienced people in his first administration.
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