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Who Will Donald Trump Vote For In 2024? Chris Christie Has A Bold Prediction

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Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie discussed the potential scenario of Donald Trump being unable to vote for himself if he becomes the GOP nominee in the 2024 election due to a trial the day before Super Tuesday.

Christie suggested that Trump may be convicted in a trial related to the 2021 Capitol riot, primarily because his former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, is expected to testify against him.

“How about this?” Christie said. (Trending: Elon Musk Condemns Arrest Of Jan 6 Protester)

“He’s going to go on trial the day before Super Tuesday. I believe he’s going to be convicted in that Jan. 6 trial [related to the 2021 Capitol riot] in Washington, D.C., predominantly because Mark Meadows, as you know, has signed an agreement, his former chief of staff, one of the founders of the Freedom Caucus [a group of hard-line House conservatives], is going to testify against him.”

“He’s going to be convicted. Imagine this, if he’s our nominee, he won’t be able to vote for himself.”

“But, he can be president,” Neil Cavuto said.

“Yes,” Christie responded.

Christie believes a conviction would impact Trump’s standing in the polls, as it would involve his former chief of staff accusing him of committing crimes.

“I think a conviction is different for two reasons,” Christie said.

“One, it won’t be a liberal prosecutor talking about him anymore. It will be his former chief of staff saying he … committed crimes because you wouldn’t need immunity if you hadn’t committed crimes, and that Donald Trump committed crimes on his watch.”

“That’s very different for conservative voters to hear that from Mark Meadows than to hear it from [Justice Department special counsel] Jack Smith.”

“Secondly, this is a jury of your peers convicting you. Not, again, the two-tiered system of justice that a lot of people are concerned about.”

“I think it will be very different. The question’s going to be, is there going to be somebody who’s willing to stand up to him until that moment, so that it’s not decided? And, that’s why I said recently, I’m in this through the [GOP nominating] convention.”

Despite this, Christie expressed his commitment to the GOP nomination process, even if Trump were to drop out of the race.

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