Christie, who served as the United States attorney for New Jersey under the George W. Bush administration, was a candidate for attorney general in the Trump administration.
Trump’s legal team, on which Rudy Giuliani is a member, was punished in a ruling on electoral processes in Pennsylvania on Saturday by US District Judge Matthew Brann, who said of their claims: “That’s just not how the constitution works.” In a long press conference on Friday, Giuliani – a former New York mayor and also a former US attorney – and his associates offered an incoherent collection of conspiracy theories that were not supported by evidence or detail.
Christie noted that the president’s legal team alleges fraud outside the courtroom, but “when they go into the courtroom, they don’t advocate fraud and they don’t argue about fraud.”
“I was a supporter of the president,” said Christie. “I voted for him twice, but elections have consequences and we can’t go on pretending that something happened here that didn’t.
“You have an obligation to produce the evidence. The evidence has not been presented and, as Tucker Carlson even concluded the other day, you must conclude that if you are not willing to produce the evidence, it must mean the evidence does do not do.” does not exist. “