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WATCH: Dem. Strategist Angela Rye Takes Chris Christie Aside


For a lot of Donald Trump’s presidency, Chris Christie was shut by his facet. For his efforts, the previous governor of New Jersey contracted a nasty case of COVID-19.

Lately Christie often seems on cable information packages to ship Republican speaking factors. He’s additionally on a little bit of a rehabilitation tour after being so carefully aligned with Trump.

This Sunday the previous governor appeared on a panel on ABC’s This Week. And Democratic strategist Angela Rye very a lot obtained the higher of him. 

The group was discussing whether or not Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan was “socialist.” Rye said, “Sure, there are some social issues that must occur in infrastructure. As a result of it simply so occurs that discrimination and inequtible situations exist even in our infrastructure. That was not one thing that was originated on this administration.”

Christie jumped in, “The capitol beneficial properties concern is nothing greater than revenue redistribution. It’s socialism. Let’s do not forget that that funding revenue, they’ve already paid taxes on it. You paid taxes on it earlier than you invested it and now you’re going to pay taxes on it once more.”

Rye shot back:

“It’s so fascinating to listen to this allegation of socialism. I do know these are buzzwords that work very nicely with the Republican Celebration so congratulations for utilizing them this morning. However we’ve folks in a pandemic that you simply mentioned wouldn’t matter by the point you get to the autumn, and on the left there’s a dialog taking place about scholar mortgage debt. How a lot ought to be forgiven? $50,000 vs. $10,000. And we’re speaking a couple of capital beneficial properties improve once you all simply had principally the reparations we’ve been asking for [in] your final tax proposal. So I don’t even perceive what we’re speaking about right here.”

Watch a clip of the phase beneath, courtesy of ABC: