Chris Christie Says Trump Is “Over”

( – Republican primary candidate and former disgraced governor of New Jersey Chris Christie elaborated on the Democrat strategy for 2024, claiming Trump will be convicted in at least one of his many criminal cases.

Christie spouted the Democrat talking point on an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday, October 31st.

The popular talking point was reinvigorated by news of Trump allies signing deals with prosecutors in Trump’s D.C. case where he’s accused of attempting to overthrow the government on January 6th. Trump maintains everything he’s said or done has been protected by the First Amendment.

Christie predicted that in March 2024, Trump will hear his former chief of staff Mark Meadows accuse him of committing crimes while under oath. It would be a huge boon for special prosecutor Jack Smith.

In exchange for his testimony, Smith has granted Meadows immunity from further prosecution. While he wasn’t charged in the D.C. case, he is a co-defendant in the Georgia indictment where local DA Fani Williams is attempting to make the case that Trump and 17 others, including Meadows, attempted to overturn Georgia’s election by asking if there were potentially additional votes for him yet to be counted.

Christie has publicly expressed his disdain for Donald Trump on multiple occasions, making him an excellent guest for MSNBC talk shows. Christie claimed that Meadow’s being granted immunity is a suggestion that his testimony “is unimpeachable.” He, and many others, believe that the granting of deals to Trump’s former associates will get him convicted of something, preventing his 2024 bid for president.

Ironically every time there’s legal woes for Trump, there seems to be a spike in his polling. Trump remains the clear front-runner among Republicans when polled. For comparison, Morning Consult updated its numbers on October 31st.

Trump remains the clear winner with 61%, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis trails at 13% and Chris Christie comes in at 3% behind Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy who both have 7%. The poll asked just under 4,000 Republican primary voters who they would vote for and it has a margin of error of +/- 2%.

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