NJ Governor Chris Christie is one of the few Republican governors to speak out in support of President Donald Trump following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States.
Speaking at a forum in New Jersey, the New Jersey governor said that the next president is not going to get the support he or she needs from the people.
“If you look at the states, they are going to have to change their way of thinking, and they’re going to change who they want to govern, and it’s going’t just the Democrats.
I think it’s not going be the Republicans.
It’s going be people like me who have had to go through that and get through that,” Christie said.
“We’re going back to the way it was.
I don-I don’t-I think the president is going to be able to carry the country anymore if he’s going back in the White House with his campaign.
And I think that’s going for a long time.”
Christie also said that he would like to see the Democrats get back control of Congress.
“There are many things that I would like for Congress to do, but the thing is, if we can get rid of the president, we’ll have a Congress that will represent the people of the country, and I would really like that,” he said.
“So I think we should have the House and Senate, and if they can get back in charge of the house, I would support that, because I think they should have control over the purse strings, and the Senate should be able be more responsive, and we can be more accountable.”
Christies statement comes a day after Trump won the presidency.