Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Sunday that Republicans who are claiming the election was stolen are trying to score “political points” with those former President Trump “lied to.”
Christie, an ABC News commentator, slammed his fellow GOP members who have promoted or not rebuked the unfounded claims that President Biden’s election win was not legitimate, calling the move “shameful.”
“Folks in my party, who are doing that, quite frankly, are just trying to make political points with those people who the president and others lied to about this over the course of the 10 weeks after the election,” he said. “And it’s shameful that they’re doing it.”
The former governor told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that he believes the country should prioritize election reform ahead of 2022 to ensure all of the results come out quickly, after the presidential race took days to call, and some congressional races took weeks.
But he maintained that “this election was not stolen,” adding that “all the facts point in that direction.”
“The evidence here has shown right from the beginning that while every election has some irregularities, and I’m sure this one did too, there were no type of irregularities that would have changed the results in any one state, let alone the four states that would need to have been changed for the result of the election to have been changed,” Christie said.
“This election was not stolen … there were no type of irregularities that would have changed the result in one state,” Chris Christie says, adding that Republicans making the claim are trying to score "political points” with people Trump “lied to.” https://t.co/oQYlmOfsHG pic.twitter.com/HcW8pihN1k
— ABC News (@ABC) January 24, 2021
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