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The candidates’ greatest risk isn’t on the stage.
Chris Christie mentioned the quiet half out loud at the fourth Republican debate Wednesday night time. The dominant determine in the Republican Party—former President Donald Trump—isn’t on the debate stage, and when the debate started, no person talked about him regardless of his dominance in the polls.
When the former New Jersey governor lastly wrestled some airtime from his three opponents—Vivek Ramaswamy, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis—he famous that none of them had taken on Trump immediately.
“We’re 17 minutes into this debate and…we’ve had these three acting as if this race is between the four of us,” Christie mentioned. “The fifth guy, who doesn’t have the guts to show up and stand here, he’s the one who, as you just put it, is way ahead in the polls.”
“The fact is that when you go and say the truth about somebody who is a dictator, a bully, who has taken shots at everybody…then I understand why these three are timid to say anything about it,” he added, calling Trump “Voldemort, he who shall not be named.”
Ramaswamy spent the early a part of the debate railing towards the “woke industrial complex” whereas attacking Haley. Haley and DeSantis, in the meantime, battled over who was extra anti-trans.
During his first time talking in tonight’s GOP debate, Chris Christie criticized his debate opponents and moderators for not mentioning Donald Trump or clearly denouncing the former president’s falsehoods and up to date feedback about being a “dictator.” https://t.co/kN48tKlMMu pic.twitter.com/3aNfIwvXYK
— POLITICO (@politico) December 7, 2023
Christie has a degree: Trump is, in fact, main President Joe Biden in 5 out of six battleground states, in keeping with a sobering New York Times/Siena College ballot that dropped last month. He’s additionally main in Iowa, polling at over 45% only a month forward of the caucus.