Christie: Trump’s rhetoric on stolen elections led to January 6 attack

The former governor of New Jersey. Chris ChristieChris Christie Christie Says The Only Regret About Trump Debate Prep Is Catching On Sunday COVID Shows: Biden Officials Crafting An Inflation Message That Christie Will Not Say If He Will Support Trump In 2024 If He Is The MOST Republican Candidate (R) said the Jan. 6 Capitol riots were the result of former President Trump’s lies about the theft of the 2020 election, CNN reports.

“I think everything he said from election night onwards incited people to that level of anger,” Christie told CNN on the series “Be … Chris Christie,” as the former governor reflects on his own candidacy. to the presidency in 2024.

“I think people minimize what happened on the 6th by pointing to the speech he gave on the Ellipse on the 6th,” he added.

When asked about the CNN host Dana bashDana BashChristie Will Not Say Whether She Will Support Trump In 2024 If He Is The Republican Candidate The Growth Club Launches An Ad Against Democrats Over The Social Spending Bill Granholm Says Biden ‘Is Looking’ To Leverage The Strategic Reserve As The fuel prices increase MORE if Trump was responsible for the events that took place on January 6, he said, “I don’t think they would have gone there if they had thought the elections had been fair.”

Christie has been urging Republicans to move on of his fight against the 2020 presidential election results, saying “no matter where you are” about the previous election result “it’s over.”

“And every minute that we spend talking about 2020, while we waste time on it, Joe Biden, Kamala harrisKamala HarrisUS and Israel Announce Joint Task Force on Cybersecurity Meet the Governor of the Red State Democrats should nominate in 2024 instead of Biden or Harris Biden expresses ‘grave concern’ over the Belarus-Poland border crisis MORE, Nancy pelosiNancy Pelosi: Congress moves toward end-of-year crash Biden’s strengths and weaknesses, both on display Gosar faces increasing odds of censorship on the House floor MORE and Chuck schumerChuck SchumerSchumer Pressures Biden to Leverage Oil Reserves to Lower Gas Prices Still a Chance for Democrats: If they don’t screw it up, the GOP moves into blocking Biden’s diplomatic elections MORE they are ruining this country ” Christie said earlier this month.

Trump responded to Christie for saying that the Republican Party must move forward from 2020 during a recent speech, saying last week: “Everyone remembers that Chris left New Jersey with an approval rating of less than 9%, a record low. , and they didn’t want to hear this from him! “

Christie previously said that I wouldn’t wait to see if Trump runs for reelection in 2024 before making his own plans for the next presidential election cycle.

His new book, “Republican Rescue: Saving the Party from Truth Deniers, Conspiracy Theorists and the Dangerous Policies of Joe Biden,” goes on sale Tuesday.

Christie has been a close ally and adviser to Trump in recent years, coaching him in debates during the 2020 campaign against now.President BidenJoe Biden US Bishops To Consider Whether Biden Should Receive Communion Barrels Of Congress Towards Year-End Clash Biden Turns On Former New Orleans Mayor Landrieu To Lead Infrastructure MORE.

He said “Axios on HBO” in an interview that aired on Sunday, he was “desperate to try to get in touch” with Trump to try to stop the violence on January 6, but was not able to reach President. He said he foresaw that the incident would become “a stain on his presidency.”



Reference-thehill.com

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