The Hill reports:
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, two prominent moderate figures in the Republican Party, both predicted on Sunday that former President Trump could not beat President Biden if they were in a rematch for the White House in 2024.
An ABC-Washington Post poll conducted over the last week showed that there was little enthusiasm for a rematch between Trump and Biden, with many voters in both parties hoping for a different choice.
When asked on ABC’s “This Week” by co-anchor Jonathan Karl whether Trump could defeat Biden, Christie said “I don’t think so.” Sununu also said “no” when asked the same question earlier on the show, saying he thinks the former president would be seen as too “extreme.”
Read the full article. In today’s ABC appearance, Christie went on to declare that “old and boring” Biden didn’t win in 2020, it was Trump that lost. Christie and Sununu have both floated runs of their own.
Republican 2024 hopefuls haven’t launched bids against former Pres. Trump yet because “no one sees any imperative to do it,” @GovChristie tells @JonKarl.
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