Christie said Donald and Melania Trump acted differently when he was hospitalized with COVID-19.
He said Melania called him every day to see how he was, and would also call his wife.
He said what Donald Trump “was most concerned about was that I wasn’t gonna blame him.”
Chris Christie said there was a big difference between how former President Donald Trump and the former first lady Melania Trump treated him when he was hospitalized with COVID-19 last October.
Christie told “The View” on Monday that Melania “called me every day that I was in the ICU, first thing in the morning, to see how I was doing. And then would call my wife after that to see if she needed anything.”
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He said that this was very different to how Trump reacted.
He said it was “a real contrast between the couple.”
In his new book, an excerpt of which was published in The New York Times, Christie said Trump called to make sure he wouldn’t be blamed for the infection. Trump was also in the hospital with COVID-19 at the time, Christie said.
“Are you going to say you got it from me?” Christie said Trump asked him, according to the book.
Christie also told “The View” that Trump asked him how he was feeling, and that Trump, who also had an active COVID-19 infection at the time, asked: “How do tough guys like us get this?”
“What he was most concerned about was that I wasn’t gonna blame him,” Christie said.
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