Chris Christie Implies He May Run to Take Out Trump in Upcoming Republican Primary

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On Monday, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reportedly made remarks to an audience in which he alluded to the possibility that he would run for president in 2024 in order to undermine former President Donald Trump.

“You better have somebody on that stage who can do to him what I did to Marco because that’s the only thing that’s gonna defeat Donald Trump. And that means you gotta have the skill to do it and that means you have to be fearless because he will come back and right at you” Christie said.

“It’s not gonna end nicely” Christie continued.

The comments were made by Christie as he was giving a speech at St. Anselm’s College in New Hampshire.

Christie spent more time campaigning in New Hampshire in 2016 than any other Republican contender, yet he was unsuccessful there, which led him to decide to halt his candidacy.

Although Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida has not officially declared his candidacy for president in 2024, former President Donald Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida are now both leading in the polls for the Republican nomination.

Christie stated, however, that he has not made any preparations regarding whether or not he would participate in the upcoming primary campaign.

He noted, however, that he has had a lot of intriguing talks with donors over the course of the previous several weeks.

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