New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, chairman of the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, speaks originally of the primary badembly of the fee on combating drug dependancy and the opioid disaster, Friday, June 16, 2017, within the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House advanced in Washington. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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A former aide to President Trump admitted that he made up a narrative about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie being despatched to select up a McDonald’s for the president.
A 2016 story by Ryan Lizza in The New Yorker stated that Christie “transformed himself into a sort of manservant” who’s “constantly with Trump at events.”
“One Republican told me that a friend of his on the Trump campaign used Snapchat to send him a video of Christie fetching Trump’s McDonald’s order,” Lizza wrote.
Christie’s workplace denied that he ever picked up McDonald’s meals for Trump, and now we all know that it was actually faux information.
Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg informed Politico that he merely wished to embarrbad Christie.
The story of Christie, who is usually shamed by comedians and liberal pundits for his look, shortly unfold and many individuals badumed it was a reality because it appeared within the prestigious New Yorker.
“The sad reality is that it was believable,” Nunberg informed Politico, which added that he was “chuckling” as he got here clear.
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Christie wished to occupy the White House himself and was a participant in early debates through the GOP primaries. He ultimately dropped out and pledged his loyalty to Trump, however was mocked by the left for quite a lot of issues akin to glowingly starring at Trump throughout a marketing campaign rally.
Christie was thought to have an inside observe on a key function in Trump’s administration due to his loyalty, however issues didn’t work out in his favor for quite a lot of causes – however at the very least we all know messing up the president’s McDonald’s order isn’t amongst them.
The soon-to-be-former New Jersey governor is not any stranger to embarrbading controversy, from the drama surrounding the notorious “Bridgegate” saga to being photographed sitting on a seaside that he had ordered closed to the general public.
“Any fair badessment of Christie’s legacy has to reckon with the highs and the lows,” the Politico article factors out.
Luckily for Christie, one of many lows has been formally confirmed to be what Trump would seek advice from as “fake news.”
Brian Flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter at @briansflood.