Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is preaching mask-wearing after a serious hospitalization with COVID-19 that followed several well-publicized events at which he failed to take that precaution — including the “super-spreader” Rose Garden event for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Christie — who has long advocated for the wearing of masks, but did not do so himself at that now-infamous ceremony or when he prepped President Donald Trump for his first debate — was recently released from the hospital after a week in the intensive care unit.
And in a Friday morning interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Christie offered the gentlest possible quasi-criticism of Trump.
Asked if the White House had learned a lesson