Chris Christie Launches 2024 Big, Comes Out Swinging Against Trump

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was soundly defeated by former President Trump in the 2016 presidential primary, submitted the necessary papers this week to begin his campaign for the Republican nomination.

Christie enters a crowded field of eight contenders, which some Republicans believe could favor Trump. Ten people are predicted by political analysts to compete for the nomination.

The issue of whether Christie will have any effect on the significant gap between Trump and the other GOP candidates still looms despite the former governor’s repeated attempts to establish himself as one of Trump’s harshest opponents.

Governor Ron DeSantis’ entry into the race on May 24 didn’t seem to have any impact on the polling. Trump continued to lead his nearest rival by 34 points, according to a Morning Consult poll taken on May 31.

Christie has said that he is a “viable” contender for the nomination despite the margin seeming to be insurmountable. Christie recently said to The Daily Beast, “I am the realistic Trump alternative.”

Christie’s campaign will confront difficulties right away. To take part in debates, he must fulfill the requirements established by the Republican National Committee: 40,000 individual contributors, including “at least 200 distinct donors for each state or territory across 20+ states and/or territories,” according to the news statement.

In addition to receiving one percent favor in an early state survey, he or she is required to poll at least one percent in three separate national polls, or at least one percent in two separate national polls.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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