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Report: Chris Christie is Being Considered to Replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

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Report: Chris Christie is Being Considered to Replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie might be getting a new job... He may replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Report: Chris Christie is Being Considered to Replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie might be getting a new job... He may replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions.????Both CBS and ABC say they spoke with sources who say Christie is being considered for the position again.????He was originally considered for the position back during the 2016 transition.????Christie was a US attorney in New Jersey back in 2002 till 2008.

In 2016 he was apart of the Trump White House transition team and the hill reports he has stayed close since.????Others reportedly being considered for the position are Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Trump's current attorney Rudy Giuliani.

????The Hill reports a White House representative said that they have no personnel announcements at this time.

????For now Session’s former Chief of Staff Matthew Whitaker will act as the attorney general.

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