Trump’s campaign was just sabotaged by this top Republican

Chris Christie

Many RINOs want nothing more than to see Trump lose. There’s no low too low for them.

And Trump’s campaign was just sabotaged by this top Republican.

Many Republicans don’t want to put America first, they just want to keep their jobs and not rock the boat.

That’s why candidates like Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis are such a threat.

And now one RINO is plotting Donald Trump’s downfall before our very eyes.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took a significant step toward launching a possible presidential campaign in 2024 this week, with associates allegedly forming a super PAC to back his efforts.

The PAC, Tell It Like It Is, is the latest indication that Christie plans to enter the Republican presidential primary race, according to Fox News.

Since the 2020 election, Christie, 60, has been one of former President Trump’s harshest critics.

According to the New York Times, the former governor has already made appointments for a prospective presidential campaign team. According to the site, Mike DuHaime and Maria Comella are set to handle his campaign if he declares.

Duhaime previously served as a political consultant for Christie’s 2016 campaign, and Comella previously served as chief of staff for disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Meanwhile, Brian Jones, a former GOP campaign aide, will lead the PAC, according to the New York Times.

“Now more than ever we need leaders that have the courage to say not what we want to hear but what we need to hear,” Jones, a senior adviser for the 2008 and 2012 Republican presidential nominees John McCain and Mitt Romney, told Fox News Digital.

Christie would join a big and expanding field of Republican 2024 contenders, including Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, if he initiates a campaign.

Former Vice President Mike Pence, as well as New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, are anticipated to enter the race in the coming weeks.

Christie hinted at a possible 2024 bid in May, saying he was “very concerned” about a rematch between Trump and President Biden.

“I’m very concerned that what we’re heading toward is a Trump-Biden rematch,” said in a radio interview. “A Trump-Biden rematch is bad for the Republican Party.”

“We lost the House in 2018. The Senate and the White House in 2020. We underperformed in 2022 and lost more governorships and another Senate seat. Donald Trump cannot win,” he continued.

Christie was originally a staunch supporter of Trump, but he turned against him following the 2020 election and the ensuing campaign to reverse the results.

The former two-term Republican governor and 2016 presidential candidate has maintained that he possesses the debating skills to potentially defeat Trump, who is six months into his third presidential bid and is the clear front-runner in early GOP nomination national polls.

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