Trump fires back at Christie’s views that Republicans should move on from 2020 election

Former President Donald Trump had some choice words for former Gov. Chris Christie’s views that Republicans need to stop obsessing over the 2020 election.
Christie gave a speech over the weekend at the Republican Jewish Coalition conference in Las Vegas. He called on Republicans to move past Trump’s baseless claims that the election was stolen.
“We can no longer talk about the past and the past elections. No matter where you stand on that issue, it is over. And every minute we spend talking about 2020 – every minute we spend washing time doing that, [President] Joe Biden… are laying ruin to this country,” Christie said. “We better focus on that and take our eyes off the review mirror and start looking through the windshield again.”
Trump did not take kindly to Christie’s views.
The former president said in a statement, “Chris Christie…was just absolutely massacred by his statements that Republicans have to move on from the past, meaning the 2020 Election Fraud. Everybody remembers that Chris left New Jersey with a less than 9% approval rating—a record low, and they didn’t want to hear this from him.”
In an interview after his speech, Christie said he believed Trump’s role in the Republican party going forward was ″completely dependent upon the president’s own behavior.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.