Governors – Pete Ricketts of Nebraska and Doug DC of Arizona – as well as former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, will cross the pro-camp state in their primary challenge against former U.S. Senator David Purdue, who is aware of the plans. There is a source. Tells CNN.
Despite the barrage of attacks, the camp has maintained its lead in the elections.
Ricketts and Dossey are currently serving as co-chairs of the Republican Governors Association, which has raised money in a race to support the camp, including the purchase of a major TV ad in the state.
In January, Trump said he would “never” support Dossey if he ran for the U.S. Senate in Arizona after criticizing the Republican governor for confirming the 2020 state election.
Christie has spent the last several months speaking out against Trump, for whom Christie served as an adviser and helped prepare for the 2020 election debate. The former governor of New Jersey has criticized Trump for claiming that the election was rigged, and accused Trump of lying about the election results for the January 6 coup in the US capital.