Chris Christie Ponders White House Bid

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is strongly considering running for President of the United States in 2024.

A lifelong Republican, Christie launched a White House bid in 2015 but dropped out of the Republican Party primaries after underperforming in the first two states.

Christie then endorsed Donald Trump, who went on to win the GOP nomination and the presidency.

Christie and Trump are not as close as they used to be. Their relationship turned sour after January 6, when Christie slammed the former president for encouraging violence.

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On Thursday evening, Christie will take the stage at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California and discuss the future of the Republican Party.

Christie told Politico that his speech won’t be centered around Trump, but rather around the need that the GOP becomes “the party that’s perceived to be telling the American people the truth.”

The former governor said he plans to discuss “where we have to go as a party if we’re going to be able to win back the voters that we so clearly lost in 2020.”

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