Trump’s 2024 Officially Derailed?

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( – On Monday, GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie claimed that the lead held by former President Donald Trump in the Republican primary race was “fatally flawed.”

During an interview on MSNBC, host Stephanie Ruhle asked why Christie believed that Trump had continued to lead the primary race despite his multiple legal battles. In response, Christie argued that Trump was the Republican nominee twice in the last eight years and that there were still people who believed that he was the best option to beat President Joe Biden.

However, Christie argued that this idea was “fatally flawed.” He proceeded to argue that Trump was not “fit” to be the U.S. president and that even if he did become the nominee of the Republican Party, he would be unable to beat Joe Biden. Finally, he stated that it was necessary for the Republican Party to bring back the Oval Office’s “sense of decency,” and with Trump as president, that was not going to occur.

Christie’s campaign has largely been focused on arguing that Trump should not be the next president. Prior to his opposition to a Trump presidency, Christie had served as the former president’s adviser both during his 2016 and 2020 campaigns.

Christie has frequently slammed Trump over his nonattendance at the Republican presidential debates and even referred to him as “Donald Duck” during last month’s second presidential debate. In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Christie also said that whether on the debate stage or somewhere else, Trump would eventually need to face him, and he should be ready for that.

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