(FixThisNation.com) – On Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie stated that he supported former Vice President Mike Pence’s decision to withdraw his bid for the White House in 2024.
During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Christie argued that Pence had “ran a tough” and good race and that while it must have been difficult he had made the right choice by dropping out of the race. He then pointed out that this goes to show that the people who had said that the race would narrow were correct. He added that this was also something he believed.
Christie argued that the race never went as fast as people would have liked. However, as he pointed out the race was narrowing and he suspects that when the time for them to take the debate stage in Miami came then the race would narrow even further. He added that he was going to be “ready to take on” former President Donald Trump when the New Hampshire vote starts.
Christie further claimed that the race was going to “consolidate” but that he was not in a position to tell other Presidential candidates that it was time for them to leave the race. He also pointed out that he was the Republican candidate who had been most outspoken against former President Donald Trump. As he pointed out his campaign has been consistent and strong and that this was what the U.S. needed from its leadership, someone who would tell the truth each day.
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