Cable news audience has sure have seen a lot Chris Christie recently. The former governor of New Jersey is on press the circuit promoting his new book, The Republican Rescue: Saving the Party from Denials, Conspirators, and Joe Biden’s Dangerous Policies, which gave him an opportunity to write poetry about what it means to be a Republican and explore the 2024 bid. Unasked by MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace Third, how can a book “about conspiracies and lies” skip “receiving Fox News,” and whether or not Christie met the host. Tucker Carlson‘NS new program have features declare conspiracy theories Regarding the January 6 Capitol riots, Christie can’t or won’t grapple with the network’s role in some of what his book is about “saving the party from”.
After Christie claimed that he was “not really” aware of “what Tucker does night to night” and did not “pay much attention” to one of the most popular and most cable news hosts, Wallace continued to impress him with the light touch he applied to Fox in his book. “You hack CNN and New York Times and MSNBC and not Fox? ” she asked.
“I don’t attack them as conspiracy theorists,” Christie said of the media, which he said is related to the part of his book where “I talk about the partial”. Wallace, he suggested, must “accidentally mix” that part of the text with another section that focuses on conspiracy theories and denials of truth, where he notes “QAnon” and “election situation” are discuss. Both QAnon and support Trump lie election Yes find donate at certain angles of foxes News.
“I don’t think it’s an intellectually honest case to come up with conspiracy theories without being on Fox News,” Wallace replied.
“Listen, you can write that in your book,” Christie says, and Wallace points out that she’s not someone “trying to rescue the Republican Party.”
Christie’s political recovery tour until Tuesday was stable, mainly thanks to a Compulsory press. Wallace, a former Republican White House official turned cable news personality, was one of the few who called out Christie’s fact that he doesn’t seem to say much. Axios on HBO, ABC, and CNN—Which on Monday lasted an hour especially about Christie’s life and political rise — was one of the foundations that gave Christie a communication come view of the future of GOP and fight back longtime ally Donald Trump. He also gave an interview to Times and Daily program with Trevor Noah.
Questions posed to Christie by these outlets often focus on his closeness to Trump, who is undoubtedly still paying dividends to the former New Jersey governor. Fox News co-manager Bill Hemmer request if Christie thinks Trump is “part of the future”, and Axios’s Mike Allen, permanent when they parted, consufused what the former governor had to say about meaningful things Trump had to say about his low approval rating. ABC’s Linsey Davis request Christie a question ostensibly answered by the fact that Trump continue come refuse reality of the 2020 election results: “You’ve known the former president for years. Do you think that if he decides to make a comeback he will be able to shake off his past grief and focus on what’s important? “Christie answered emphatically, ‘Look, I hope he does it much earlier than any decision he made in the election.”
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