Christie: It’s not ‘unusual’ for politicians to challenge election results

Christie said Sunday, “It’s not uncommon for politicians to play politics in Congress, and that’s exactly what happens,” citing Democratic objections in the 2004 and 2016 presidential election results.

“The reason it isn’t going anywhere is because there is no evidence of widespread fraud,” he said on ABC’s This Week. “And that was dictated by Republican and Democratic governors across the country, most notably United States Attorney General Bill Barr.”

However, Christie was confident of confirming the election results.

“What matters most, and what makes us the most vibrant democracy in the world, is that it gets bipartisan endorsement next week by both the House and Senate, Republicans and Democrats,” he added.

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