New Jersey Governor and former Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie has officially endorsed Donald Trump on his bid for the White House. Christie said that the Republican nominee front runner is "rewriting the playbook of American politics."
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"The single most important thing for the Republican Party is to nominate the person who gives us the best chance to beat Hillary Clinton," Christie said. "I can guarantee that the one person Hillary and Bill Clinton don't want to see on that stage come next September is Donald Trump."
"He is rewriting the playbook of American politics because he is providing strong leadership that is not dependent upon the status quo. The best person to beat Hillary Clinton in November is undoubtedly Donald Trump," Christie added.
Trump also spoke out. Previously, he didn't seem that interested in garnering endorsements. However, he did say that Christie is "the one endorsement that I felt very strongly about."
Christie is by far the most high-profile endorsement that Trump has gotten, and it comes just four days before the most important day of the primaries - Super Tuesday.
Christie and Trump both went after Marco Rubio after he positively attacked Trump during last night's Republican debate.
"Desperate people do desperate things" Christie said of Rubio. He likened the new lines of attack to "flailing punches in the last days of a losing campaign."
"The idea that Marco Rubio can get inside Donald Trump's head is an interesting proposition, but one that is really for the D.C. parlor game," he added.
Christie was the candidate that packed the most punch for the Florida Senator. Trump is always quick to point out how Christie did "destroy" Rubio.
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Just like he did when he was in the race, he attacked Rubio and Ted Cruz for being junior U.S. senators unready to lead as president, according to the New York Times.