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Chris Christie cracks COVID-19 jokes in latest attempt to position himself for 2024 presidential run

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Chris Christie has been very busy the past few weeks promoting his new book Republican Rescue and not-so-subtly positioning himself for a potential 2024 run for president.As part of his effort to drum up early support, Politico Playbook reports the former New Jersey Governor gave a speech at a closed-door gathering of The Gridiron Club in Washington, D.C.

on December 4, where he joked about how Donald Trump gave him COVID-19 last year, which resulted in him checking into the ICU for a week and meeting with a priest to prepare for his last rites.“I joke about Donald, but I’m still really proud to have provided some help to his administration,” Christie reportedly told the group.

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