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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at a town hall in Hillsb. (Credit: Bob Jagendorff/CC) Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Credit: Bob Jagendorff/CC)

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he still considers former President Donald Trump a friend, despite condemning him for stoking the U.S. Capitol violence last month.

Additionally, Christie said that Paul Fishman, the former U.S. attorney who handled the prosecutions stemming from the so-called Bridgegate scandal, should be in the prosecutorial “hall of shame.”

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P.J. D'Annunzio

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