Chris Christie's book seems guaranteed to anger Trump as he hits on 2020 ...

Chris Christie's book seems guaranteed to anger Trump as he hits on 2020 ...
Chris Christie's book seems guaranteed to anger Trump as he hits on 2020 ...

Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is taking jabs at Donald Trump in his new book, Republican Rescue, which is released on Tuesday. 

In his book, Christie, 59, argues that the GOP faces danger from conspiracy theorists trying to overtake the party, and writes that Republicans 'need to renounce the conspiracy theories and truth deniers, the ones who know better and the ones who are just plain nuts.' 

'We need to give our supporters facts that will help put all these fantasies to rest, so everyone can focus with clear minds on the issues that really matter. We need to quit wasting our time, our energy and our credibility on claims that won't ever convince anyone or bring fresh converts onboard,' Christie wrote in excerpts published by The Guardian on Saturday. 

He is appearing to reference Trump's repeated claims that voter fraud was to blame for his loss in the 2020 election. 

The book will be released just a week after the former two-term governor mocked Trump for his failed re-election bid and loss to Joe Biden. 

Chris Christie paints himself as the future of the Republican Party in his upcoming book, Republican Rescue, where he says the GOP should reject conspiracy theories

Chris Christie paints himself as the future of the Republican Party in his upcoming book, Republican Rescue, where he says the GOP should reject conspiracy theories

Republican Rescue slams conspiracy theories of the far-right, including those of election fraud

Republican Rescue slams conspiracy theories of the far-right, including those of election fraud

Donald Trump has repeatedly made false claims about the 2020 presidential election. He has also mocked Chris Christie for speaking out about the conspiracy

Donald Trump has repeatedly made false claims about the 2020 presidential election. He has also mocked Chris Christie for speaking out about the conspiracy 

'I'm not gonna get into a back-and-forth with Donald Trump,' Christie told Axios on HBO. 'But what I will say is this: When I ran for reelection in 2013, I got 60 per cent of the vote.' 

Although he does not name Trump directly in the book as one of those who needs to be renounced, Christie does take aim at the former president's allies, like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, the Georgia congresswoman who has openly supported the QAnon conspiracy theory. 

Christie wrote that QAnon's conspiracies, which accuses Democrats of running a secret child abuse ring, 'would be ridiculous' if they were not 'so sad.'  

He also claims Trump never did enough to squash the conspiracies because they were centered on making the former president look good. 

'Many in our society use these wild, untrue conspiracy theories to advance their political agendas,' Christie wrote. 

Christies book covers his ideas for the future of the GOP as he presents himself as the future of the party, and discusses his battle with COVID and work alongside Trump, who he helped and endorsed in 2020.   

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