Chris Christie Targets Trump as He Explores 2024 Presidential Bid

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During his recent visit to New Hampshire, Chris Christie, who ran for president in 2016, expressed a desire for a do-over in the state, as he tests the waters for a potential 2024 campaign.

He not only criticized Donald J. Trump but also reminisced about his own brief primary campaign from seven years ago, DNYUZ reported.

Although Chris Christie, the former Republican governor of New Jersey, is currently not a top contender in the polls for a potential 2024 presidential run, he recently hosted a town hall-style event where he discussed his 2016 campaign.

During the event, both Christie and the audience reflected on his last-place finish in the New Hampshire primary that year, his departure from the race, his endorsement of Trump, and his unwavering support for the former president during the 2020 election.

However, Christie stated that his support for Trump came to an abrupt end on election night in 2020 when Trump indicated his intention to undermine the democratic process.

Since then, Christie claimed that Republicans have been pulled into “a sinkhole of anger and retribution” by the former president.

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