Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said President Trump’s best friend should either refuse or silence him when proving that there is election fraud.
“If you’re going to say those things from behind a podium at the White House – it’s his right, it’s his right to pursue legal action – but show us the evidence,” said the general advisor. Republican president spoke on an ABC News roundtable Thursday night – after Trump announced at an earlier press conference that he had “too much evidence” of vote fraud in favor of the enemy. Democratic Joe Biden.
“We didn’t hear anything about any evidence today,”; Christie said. “I want to know what supports what [Trump] to speak.
“As a prosecutor, it’s like asking me to accuse someone without showing me any evidence,” Christie said.
“I have been fortunate enough to vote many times by myself. I won, I lost, ”Christie said. “And so, as a candidate, you invest even more in the integrity of the system.
“If this is going on that the president is talking about, we all want it to be in place because it will undercut everything we believe in our system.
“If he’s right, I would be very outrageous – and so are you,” GOPer told host George Stephanopoulous.
But when the president makes statements without backing them, “all it does is inflate without notice. ”