Ryan E.
November 20, 2022

Trump Rival Drops 2024 Shocker

At least one high-profile Republican is pushing other in the party to swiftly and soundly reject Donald Trump before the star of 2016 gets yet another presidential campaign up and running.

Who might this mystery hater be, you might ask?

It's Chris Christie.

Sure, Chris Christie couldn't hold a candle to Trump in the 2016 primaries, but really, who could?

Trump was on a roll at that time and NOBODY was getting in his way. It didn't matter if you were a Democrat, a Republican, or Hillary Clinton... Trump was coming at you and he was coming HARD.

Christie couldn't beat Trump, but that doesn't mean Christie is just some bozo. He got a lot closer than many of us ever will, so I think it's at least worth listening to what he has to say, even if I don't agree with it.

It's not secret that Chris Christie isn't a fan of Trump. In fact, he often refuses to even say Donald Trump's name in order to stop highlighting his campaign.

Christie thinks that Donald's brash attitude is doing much more harm to the GOP than good. According to Christie, Trump's time is up and Donald needs to go away before destroying the rest of the Republican Party as well.

"We got stuck with a bunch of candidates around the country who the criteria for selecting them was 'will you say that the 2020 election was stolen?’ And ‘will you do everything else that I tell you to do when I tell you to do it?'" Christie said. "I’m tired of losing, and I think a lot of Republicans are tired of losing, too."

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