New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), a close adviser to Donald Trump, called the GOP presidential nominee’s remarks from 2005 about women “indefensible” and suggested he understood if hearing them led people not to vote for Trump.
Christie publicly addressed the incident for the first time on Tuesday morning while co-hosting “Boomer and Carton,” a CBS New York sports talk radio show.
This past weekend, Donald Trump and Today show host Billy Bush came under some fire when a video leaked from 2005 of the men making lewd comments about women — and Billy's feeling pretty bad about everything! Related: GOP Senator Th...
Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee chair, condemned on Friday derogatory comments that GOP nominee Donald Trump made toward women in 2005. Trump had claimed he pushed a married woman to have sex with him and said he c...
Although the New Jersey Governor admitted that Trump's apology could have been done better, Christie left no room for misinterpretation about his political allegiance.
One of Trump's biggest supporters defended the presidential nominee's lewd remarks about women — with disparaging comments of his own.