TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is disputing comments former White House adviser Steve Bannon made about him during an interview with CBS News.
Bannon claimed Christie was passed over for a cabinet position in the Trump administration because the Republican governor was reluctant to publicly support the then-GOP presidential candidate after the release of video showing Trump making vulgar remarks about women.
In an interview with "60 Minutes," Bannon said Christie had failed to show loyalty to the president.
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Steve Bannon and his opinions are of little consequence now that he has been fired, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has said in response to an interview the former strategist for President Donald Trump gave on “60 Minutes.” “Now ...
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