Chris Christie Announces 2024 Presidential Bid, Vows to Take on Trump

Chris Christie Announces 2024 Presidential Bid, Vows to Take on Trump

Three sources with knowledge of Chris Christie’s intentions claim that he will declare his bid for president in 2024 on Tuesday.

Christie will make the announcement at a town hall at Saint Anselm College. Christie ran for president in 2016 and has been vocal in his criticism of the Republican front-runner Donald Trump.

The timing of Christie’s announcement was initially reported by Axios.

Following the recent formation of a super PAC by Christie’s associates to assist his anticipated GOP presidential run, news of his announcement has surfaced.

Fred Wellman confirms the news on its official Twitter account:

In addition to launching a website to support the former governor of New Jersey, Tell It Like It Is claimed that his participation in the GOP debate will “ensure our party engages in the robust, direct, truth-telling conversation we need to start winning again.”

Bill Palatucci, a member of the Republican National Committee, Jeff Chiesa, a former US senator, and Susan Brooks, a former US representative, are listed as members of the group’s leadership team on the website.

Christie’s anticipated campaign is expected to include people he has previously worked with, including Maria Comella, who served as Christie’s chief messaging officer during his previous presidential bid, and Mike DuHaime, who was the former governor’s top political strategist.

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Christie declared his campaign on June 30, 2015, in front of supporters in Livingston, New Jersey, in the 2016 election.

According to reports, Christie believes that he is the only genuine Republican willing to challenge Trump and that he has the independent support necessary to defeat Vice President Joe Biden in the general election.

Christie is one of many well-known individuals who are thinking about running for the Republican nomination. Trump, Ron DeSantis of Florida, Tim Scott of South Carolina, Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Vivek Ramaswamy of India, and Larry Elder of talk radio have all declared their candidacies.

Christie stated, “If it turns out that I’m on a debate stage in August of this year and Donald Trump decides to be on it, you can be sure that we’ll have some exchanges that I hope will be illuminating to the public about both of us,” despite calling a potential presidential run a “huge risk” at an event hosted by Semafor in Washington last month.

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