Christie: McCarthy, not Trump, will be the next speaker

The former governor of New Jersey. Chris ChristieChris Christie Sunday Shows: Spotlight Shifts to Senate for Biden Christie Spending Plan: Trump Must Stop Talking About ‘Stolen’ Elections, Focus on Future Sunday Shows Preview: Boosters Open to All American Adults; House Democrats pass spending plan to Senate MORE (R) downplayed speculation that the former President TrumpDonald Trump Two Fox News Contributors Resigned Over Tucker Carlson’s Jan. 6 Documentary Republican Senator: Decisions On Bills That Went Made Based On Whether They Hurt Or Help Trump Or Biden O’Rourke Will Not Say If He Wants Biden campaign for him in the Texas Senate race MORE he could become the next speaker of the House if Republicans regain control of the lower house next year.

“I don’t think that will ultimately happen,” Christie said. told Julie Mason in Sirius XM’s “Julie Mason Mornings” when asked about speculations that Trump would return to Washington to be president, an idea that recently emerged from Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark MeadowsMark MeadowsLofgren: Many witnesses to the January 6 panel are former Trump officials..

“I think it’s one of the things the media likes to write about,” Christie continued. “It’s like a negotiated convention. Every four years, the media loves to write about a negotiated convention, and it never happens.”

“So, unfortunately, I think it will be another disappointment for the media,” he said. “You are not going to have a President Donald Trump.”

When asked if he thought the minority leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthySunday Shows Preview: Boosters Open To All US Adults House Democrats Pass Spending Plan To Senate Photos Of The Week: President Biden, Kenosha Protests, And A Pardon For Butter Build Back Better Peanut is a 21st Century New Deal PLUS (R-Calif.) He would be president if Republicans regained control of the House in 2022, Christie said, “I think he will be president.”

Christie, one of Trump’s early backers, has criticized the former president recently, arguing that Trump should focus on the future rather than dwell on the results of the 2020 presidential election.

His comments come after Meadows, Trump’s former White House chief of staff, said last week that he “would love to see” the representative. Nancy pelosiNancy Pelosi For Democrats, it should be about votes, not megaphones. Voters need to feel the benefit, not just hear the message from Sunday’s show preview: Boosters Open to All American Adults; House Democrats pass spending plan to Senate MORE (D-Calif.) Replaced by Trump as president in case Republicans take back the House.

“I would love to see the deck go from Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump. You talk about melting … people would go crazy,” Meadows told former Trump adviser Steve Bannon in “The war room”.

“As you know, you don’t have to be an elected member of Congress to be the Spokesperson. She would go from breaking a speech to having to give the gavel to Donald Trump,” she continued. “Oh, she would go crazy.”

Various polls show that House Republicans are on track to regain control of the lower house as President BidenJoe BidenBiden will speak on the economy on Tuesday, with the Fed election looming, the NAACP chair calling Rittenhouse’s verdict ‘a warning shot that vigilante justice is allowed’ Optimistic Democrats as the bill from social spending goes to the Senate MOREPoll numbers continue to fall. Democrats currently hold a slim 221-213 House seat lead.

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