US President Donald Trump (L) speaks with Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) after he made remarks about the fight against drug demand and the opioid crisis on October 26, 2017 in the Eastern Room of the White House in Washington, DC.
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“Listen, I’ve been a supporter of the President, I voted for him twice, but elections have consequences, and we can not continue to act as if something happened here that did not happen,” Christie explained in “This Week with George Stephanopoulos. “
“They allege fraud outside the courtroom, but when they enter the courtroom, they do not ask for fraud and they do not argue for fraud,” Christie said, adding “you are required to present the evidence, the evidence has not been presented.”
Trump has claimed that the US presidential election was riddled with “massive inaccuracy and fraud” and has therefore rejected the results. Other top administration officials, such as Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have publicly insisted that the election is not over. The Trump campaign continues to call into question the integrity of the election through a series of legal actions across battlefield states.
On Saturday, a federal judge in Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit at Trump’s campaign that sought to block the state’s certification of millions of votes. The judge’s decision is another brick in the crumbling building that is Trump’s long-running bid to cancel enough votes in enough states to turn Biden’s victory in the election.
The Trump campaign and its allies have now lost or pulled more than 30 lawsuits that were part of that effort.
Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell raised a number of allegations of fraud during an interview on Newsmax TV on Saturday. Powell claimed that the Republican government of Georgia, Brian Kemp, may have been involved in setbacks to public officials, but gave no details.
“Sidney Powell, who accuses Governor Brian Kemp of a crime on television but is still unwilling to go on television and defend and lay the evidence she allegedly has,” is “outrageous behavior,” Christie said.
The former governor and federal prosecutor smashed Trump’s legal team as a “national embarrassment.”
CNBCs And manganese contributed to this report.