Polling at zero, former Governor Christie to decide on Presidential run within 60 days

Chris Christie and Bridget Kelly during the 2012 Bridgegate scandal. Photo by Phil Stilton.

In a recent Fox News poll, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie polled at 0% among potential candidates in the 2024 presidential election, but that’s not slowing him down.

Christie told Fox News host Brian Kilmeade this week that he will make his final decision on the matter within 60 days.

“I’m definitely thinking about running, probably make a decision in the next 60 days on what to do or not to do,” Christie said. “You know me, when I make a decision, I’ll let everybody know.”

Christie, once one of New Jersey’s most popular governors, fell from grace in his second term. Christie is the architect of New Jersey’s controversial bail reform act and is most known for his scandals.

Those scandals include Bridgegate, Beachgate, and his failure to fix the New Jersey public pension system.

He left office with the lowest approval rating of any governor in New Jersey history.

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