Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said Donald Trump A close friend of his from his last year as president should cause concern.

“I’ve said all along I think Mark Meadows is already a cooperating witness,” Christie told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday. “He has all the looks of a cooperating witness, running into coffee shops away from the press.”

Meadows served as chief of staff at the White House for much of last year. Trump’s presidency including the period after the election, which is the focus of the indictment on federal charges of election obstruction and conspiracy.

ChristieThe. Trump inner circle during that period, said the former president should have special reason to be concerned about Meadows’ potential cooperation.

“He was a very involved chief of staff, in my experience,” Christie said. “He made sure he was in every meeting and every conversation. And we remember, there are hundreds of text messages that he turned over to the special counsel that he kept.”

Christie Meadows said she could deliver. “worst testimony” You can also check out our other articles. Trump You can also ask family members.

Meadows has been a focus of a few observers due to his near silence for the past months. Meadows was barely mentioned in the indictment despite the fact that he played a key role in White House operations between the election of 2020 and the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Christie He was the first Republican to publicly endorse him Trump in 2016 after abandoning his own presidential campaign, and was close to him through much of his presidency ― even developing a COVID-19 infection while helping to prep Trump The 2020 presidential debates will be held in the fall of 2019.

He spent a week In the ICU

Christie Since then, it has become a Trump Critic and has run against him in the Republican nomination for president.

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