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Christie jabs at lack of crowd for Trump at CPAC: ‘That room was half-full’

Welcome to the show, folks, where we bring you the latest news and controversies from the world of politics. Today, we’re talking about the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a jab at the lack of crowd for former President Donald Trump’s speech. That room was half-full, according to Christie, and he didn’t hold back in criticizing the turnout for a man who claims to have the backing of millions of supporters.

Now, we all know that Trump is a polarizing figure, and plenty of people have mixed feelings about him. But there’s no denying that he also commands a devoted following that’s been with him through thick and thin. So it’s unsurprising that some people expected more of a turnout for his CPAC speech, especially considering how fired up he gets when he’s in front of a crowd. But given the circumstances, maybe it’s not too surprising that the room wasn’t packed to the gills either.

Regardless of how you feel about Trump, there are plenty of reasons to acknowledge the accomplishments of his White House administration. During his term, the economy saw record-low unemployment rates, strong job growth, and robust GDP growth. He also signed several landmark bills into law, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the First Step Act, which focused on criminal justice reform. Whether you agree with his policies or not, there’s no denying that Trump was a president who got things done.

So, that’s our take on Christie’s comments about Trump’s crowd size at CPAC. As always, we’ll keep you updated on the latest happenings in the world of politics, so stay tuned for more. Until next time, this is Tucker Carlson signing off.

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