We’ve speculated for months. It started when Chris Christie’s Facebook page was ninja-renamed to just “Chris” in some sort of bizarre rebranding. Then the former New Jersey Governor dabbled in being a middle-of-the-line mouthpiece for liberal ABC News.
According to Axios, Christie is making another run for President after failing to register on the dial in 2017.
“While Christie isn’t saying anything publicly about his thinking — besides telling radio host Hugh Hewitt he’s not ruling it out — people close to him have an early sense of the rationale and outlines of a potential candidacy,” Axios reported.
Christie left office in New Jersey arguably one of the least popular governors in state history. Not only did he alienate the public work force, police unions and teachers unions, he alienated large chunks of his conservative base when he raised New Jersey’s gas tax before leaving office.
They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. The same can be said of Christie’s time in office as New Jersey’s Governor, highlighted by the Bridgegate scandal.