- Former Governor Chris Christie mentioned Donald Trump’s endorsements are primarily based on “emotional decisions.”
- Christie mentioned Trump’s endorsements are “all over the place,” referencing JD Vance and Dr. Mehmet Oz.
- He additionally mentioned that Republicans might discover the endorsements “are going to turn out to not have been right.”
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie mentioned former President Donald Trump bases his endorsements on “emotional decisions” quite than “political analysis.”
Christie was requested whether or not or not Trump endorsements matter throughout an interview on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.
“The idea that he makes these decisions based upon political analysis is sophistry,” Christie informed host Martha Raddatz. “This is all emotional decisions and who speaks to him last.”
—This Week (@ThisWeekABC) April 24, 2022
Both endorsements acquired backlash from Republican celebration officers.
“I don’t know that the JD Vance one is anywhere near a layup. You’ve got Republicans killing Republicans there with the Club for Growth, who’s been carrying Trump’s water in Georgia, is now working against him with the JD Vance endorsement, so he’s kind of all over the lot,” Christie mentioned of Trump.
Christie additionally mentioned that Trump’s endorsements will not decide whether or not or not his candidates will win.
“I do think, though, when we get to June, we’re going to look back and say that most of the big endorsements he made — not the ones in deep-red House districts but in the big endorsements he made — are going to turn out to not have been right,” Christie mentioned.
A consultant for Trump didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark.