The former New Jersey governor told "The View" Friday that “lives are going to be lost inevitably in this, no matter what we do.”
Bridget Anne Kelly and William Baroni, two onetime allies of former Gov. Chris Christie, were convicted in a traffic jam scheme on the George Washington Bridge.
The former New Jersey governor compared a rise in coronavirus deaths to restart the economy to World War II, declaring the sacrifice was for the American way of life.
Trump told Christie in February 2017 that the "Russia thing" was "over," the former New Jersey governor told FBI investigators, noting that he "laughed" at the suggestion.
“Civility? Chris Christie? Really?” one person responded on Twitter.
Bill Baroni, an ex-Chris Christie ally convicted in the Bridgegate scandal, is was ordered to be freed from prison pending an appeal before the high court.
The former New Jersey governor revealed the president's "biggest weakness" on the debate stage.
The former New Jersey governor, however, refused to criticize Trump’s behavior directly during his trip abroad.
Bridget Anne Kelly, a former aide to former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, bashed her ex-boss over the “Bridgegate” scandal.
“The days of you calling me a liar and destroying my life are over,” Bridget Anne Kelly told the former New Jersey governor.