Chris Christie called Trump’s legal team a “national embarrassment.”

Chris Christie called Trump's legal team a

Former Governor of New Jersey. Chris Christie said Trump has failed to provide any evidence of fraud, his legal team was shaken and it is time to put the country first.

Christie said on ABC, where she is a contributor. He denied attempts by presidential lawyers to smoke up Republican governors who did not go along with the president’s false claims about voters.

Trump attorney Sydney Powell’s Georgia G.O.P. Reprimanding the allegations against Gov. Brian Camp, he said the behavior of the president’s legal team was clearly a national shame.

Georgia will Count his presidential ballots a second time Following Trump’s campaign request on Saturday, however, the count is unlikely to change his losses in the state. President-elect Joe Biden, who declared the winner Friday, who certified the results to the state, has a 12,670 vote or .2% lead over Trump in Georgia.

“This is the abusive behavior of any lawyer,” Christie said Sunday, adding that Trump’s lawyers have made wild allegations in public, but have not raised them in court, where providing false information has consequences.

“They allege fraud outside the courtroom, but when they go inside the courtroom they don’t favor fraud and they don’t argue about fraud,” he said.

“Listen,” Christie concluded. “I’ve been a supporter of the president. I voted for him twice, but the election has come, and we can’t continue to work as if something happened here that didn’t happen.” “

“If you want to come forward and not present evidence, it means the evidence does not exist,” he added. “The most important thing in the country is. I’m a strong Republican and I love my party, it’s the country that comes first.”

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Republican governor of Maryland. Larry Hogg also slammed Trump’s efforts on Sunday, telling CNN’s Jack Tapper to “the State of the Union” that he was “ashamed that more people at the party weren’t talking” about what he called a “strange” move.

“We were going to observe elections around the world, and you know, in terms of elections, the country, we know. And now we’re starting to look like a banana republic. Now it’s time to stop their time. Nonsense,” Hogg said. Adding Trump’s meeting last week With members of the Republican leadership in the Michigan state legislature – as part of an attempt to put pressure on local leaders over the election results – was “absolutely criminal.”
Hogan, a moderate member of his party, is a well-known critic of Trump. He made the announcement last month He voted for Ronald Reagan In this year’s contest, he was made the highest profile Republican to stop publicly endorsing the president.
In addition to Hogan and Christie, Many other notable Republicans Michigan Rep. People, including Paul Mitchell and Sense, Susan Collins of Maine, and Lisa Markowski of Alaska, have also publicly endorsed the start of a formal presidential transition process.

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