The former governor of New Jersey. Chris ChristieChris Christie New Jersey Senate President defeated by political rookie Democrats feel new urgency on Biden’s agenda after Virginia’s defeat What the New Jersey gubernatorial race tells us about the political landscape MORE (R) urged Republicans on Saturday to press ahead with their crusade against the 2020 presidential election results, saying “no matter where you are” on the outcome of previous elections, “it’s over.”
Christie, while delivering remarks at the annual meeting of leaders of the Republican Jewish Coalition, said that the Republican Party “can no longer talk about the past and past elections,” prompting applause from the audience.
“We can no longer talk about the past and the past elections. No matter where you are on that topic, no matter where you are, it’s over. And every minute we spend talking about 2020, while we waste time on it, Joe bidenJoe Biden Virginia’s defeat reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters After victory, Biden seeks political rebound Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE, Kamala harrisLoss of Kamala HarrisMcAuliffe Exposes Deepening Democratic Divide Trucker Overturns Former New Jersey Senate Speaker by Spending Next to Nothing – Here’s How Blinken Promises to ‘Get to the Bottom Line’ of ‘Havana Syndrome’ MORE, Nancy pelosiLoss of Nancy PelosiMcAuliffe Exposes Deepening Democratic Rupture House Passes Trillion Infrastructure Bills, Advances Social Spending Plan Progressives Leave Black Caucus Leader Waiting Outside Meeting MORE and Chuck schumerChuck Schumer Immigration Reducers Make One Last Effort to Obtain Green Cards in Reconciliation New York City Helps Taxi Drivers After Hunger Strike Schumer Hints at Obstruction Reform After the Republican Party Blocked the Provisional Bill voting rights MORE They are ruining this country, ”Christie said.
“We better focus on that, look away from the rear view mirror and start looking through the windshield again,” he added.
The former governor of New Jersey has taken a firm stance against allegations of voter fraud that have been announced by President TrumpDonald TrumpIsraeli officials say the United States should open a consulate for Palestinians in the West Bank Virginia’s loss reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE and some Republican legislators.
Christie has previously said that Republicans who claim the election was stolen are doing so to score “political points” with people Trump “lied to.”
Christie is now encouraging her party to overcome claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
In September, he said that the Republican Party must be “the party that is perceived to be telling the American people the truth.”
Christie is rumored to have been a candidate for the 2024 race. In December he said he would “not rule it out” when asked if he would bid for the White House, and in May he said he would not wait to see if Trump runs. again to make a decision.
Christie, who ran against Trump in the Republican presidential primary in 2016 and later endorsed the Republican candidate, began to part ways with Trump after testing positive for COVID-19 while working on debate prep at the White House.
Christie told the audience Saturday that Trump’s line of supporters “starts behind me,” noting his previous support for the former president and his work on his transition and campaigns.