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Chris Christie skewers Haley and DeSantis on hot mic before ending 2024 campaign

Jan 11, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    50% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    50% ReliableFair

  • Policy Leaning

    50% Medium Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

59% : In 2016, Christie had stood beside Trump and offered his support just weeks after exiting the GOP primary after coming in sixth in the New Hampshire vote.
54% : "Back in 2016, Christie endorsed Trump after dropping out of the GOP presidential primary and then advised him on his 2020 presidential campaign.
52% : "Let me just tell you, if (Trump) wins here, he's winning the nomination," Christie said at a town hall in North Hampton, New Hampshire, on one of those swings.
48% : "Though Christie was met with boos from the audience, he told New Hampshire voters in his first post-debate appearance, "I will never raise my hand to say it's OK to have a convicted felon as the president of the United States.
47% : She has pulled to within single digits of Trump in the Granite State, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire.
45% : She trailed Trump 39% to 32% among likely primary voters.
38% : "The former governor made his willingness to directly take on Trump a key feature of his campaign, repeatedly hitting the GOP front-runner over his cascading legal troubles and, in recent weeks, Trump's increasingly bitter, hateful rhetoric.
37% : He called it the "right thing for me to do" and promised that he would never "enable Donald Trump to become, to ever be president of the United States again.
37% : (Trump currently faces 91 charges across four cases, along with growing civil liabilities.)
36% : "At the first Republican primary debate in Milwaukee last August, Christie called out most of his rivals onstage for raising their hands when asked if they would support Trump as the GOP nominee even if he was convicted of a crime.
34% : "Christie launched his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination at a June 2023 town hall in New Hampshire, which he used to deliver a searing indictment of Trump, calling his one-time friend and close political ally a "lonely, self-consumed mirror hog" whose potential election to a second term as president represents an existential threat to American democracy.
34% : "He's becoming crazier," Christie said of Trump on CNN's "State of the Union" last month.
29% : "The reason we're losing is because Donald Trump has put himself before everybody else.
28% : "Anyone who is unwilling to say (Trump) is unfit to be president of the United States," Christie said, "is unfit themselves to be president of the United States.
28% : "Anyone who is unwilling to say (Trump) is unfit to be president of the United States," Christie said, "is unfit themselves to be president of the United States.
25% : "Christie's departure comes on the heels of a new batch of disappointing poll numbers, especially in New Hampshire, where he hoped a less conservative electorate would coalesce around his sharp opposition to Trump, whom he described as "devoid of character.
25% : "Christie has also said that Trump "incited" the January 6, 2021, insurrection at the US Capitol "in an effort to intimidate Mike Pence and the Congress into doing exactly what he said in his own words last week: overturn the election.
21% : "Turns out I was wrong (about Trump).

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