Chris Christie tells Trump not to let Michael Flynn in the Oval Office
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attended a Sunday edition of The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer preventing President Trump from holding further meetings with contested former National Security Advisor MIchael Flynn and his lawyer Sidney Powell at the White House . Over the weekend, it was reported that Trump put the idea of enforcing martial law and overturning the elections into practice in a meeting on Friday that Flynn and Powell attended. Flynn recently touted martial law as a viable option for Trump, when in fact the election has already been confirmed and the declaration of martial law does not repeal the constitution. Trump has declined to bring up the idea of martial law at the meeting, calling the reports "fake news". However, Christie advised Trump not to hold meetings with Flynn or Powell to avoid similar reports in the future.
“That's why someone like Michael Flynn never belongs anywhere near the White House, much less the Oval Office, and his attorney Sidney Powell. I've been talking about how dangerous I found General Flynn to be since the transition in 2016, "Christie said. “I sat with him in security briefings with then-candidate Donald Trump and then with President Donald Trump, and I will tell you that he is in no position to give advice to anyone. I think the best advice I could give to the President is to keep Michael Flynn and Sidney Powell out of the Oval Office, and then those really bad ideas will stay out of the Oval Office too. "
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