PHOTO: Donald Trump mocks, body-shames and fat shames Chris Christie on Truth app by sharing a picture of him following an interview KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, September 16, 2022

PHOTO: Donald Trump mocks, body-shames and fat shames Chris Christie on Truth app by sharing a picture of him following an interview

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Donald Trump mocks, body-shames and fat shame Chris Christie on Truth app by sharing a picture of him. (Read More Here).

Similarly, the husband of Ms.’Be Best’ herself should not be on Truth Social mindlessly asking why people are so mean. This is the guy who – when thrown the softest softball by an NBC reporter, the easiest question to hit out of the park with a kind answer to the American people, responded with, “I’d say you’re a terrible reporter… ” And we all can recall thousands of stories in which Trump is being “mean.”

Former President Donald Trump has continued using his custom-built Twitter knockoff Truth Social to bully his political detractors, this time taking aim at former Republican governor of New Jersey Chris Christie.

Mr Trump's account posted an image of a man leaning over a buffet counter with his back to the camera, along with a caption needling Mr Christie.

"Chris Christie at a Roy Rogers at 11 PM in the evening trying to console himself," the account wrote. It's unclear who the man in the photo actually is, but it's clear the image was chosen only because the man is overweight and eating at a buffet. It's essentially Mr Trump calling Mr Christie fat.

Mr Trump deciding to take aim at Mr Christie is likely a result of an interview the former governor gave to ABC News on Sunday.

I think the Justice Department’s chances are pretty good,” he said.

He also knocked down Mr Trump's claims that his "executive privilege" protected the documents he took from the White House.

“There’s only one executive who can assert the privilege, and that’s the one who is the current executive, Joe Biden. A previous executive can’t assert executive privilege. They’re not the executive any longer,” Mr Christie said.

The former Republican governor said he doubted that Mr Biden would extend executive privilege to the documents, and also doubted the likelihood that Mr Trump claiming attorney-client privilege would protect him.

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