GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, and New Jersey governor Chris Christie (Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/TNS/Newscom)
In my last column, I discussed the possibility that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could become U.S. attorney general if Donald Trump wins the election. After all, he was the first major Republican presidential candidate to endorse Trump. With Christie’s popularity in his home state dropping to historic lows (now below 30 percent) and term limits foreclosing another run for governor, he had to do something to salvage his political ambitions.
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