The former New Jersey governor said that his choice to not wear a mask during the Rose Garden ceremony for Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination was a "mistake."
Christie tweeted he was released Saturday from the Morristown Medical Center after testing positive for the coronavirus on October 3.
On Monday, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced that she too has tested positive for the virus.
The former New Jersey governor announced on Saturday that he was checking himself into a hospital with mild symptoms after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The former New Jersey governor tweeted Saturday that he was checking himself in to Morristown Medical Center after testing positive for COVID-19 as a precautionary measure due to his asthma.
"Of course, everybody wants to save every life they can―but the question is, towards what end, ultimately?" said Chris Christie in May. He tested positive Saturday.
The former New Jersey governor announced his diagnosis in a tweet, writing: "I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two."
As he's awaiting his test results from Friday morning, the former New Jersey governor said he isn't experiencing any symptoms.
The former New Jersey governor told CNN that he also wanted people to keep wearing protective equipment when the country was reopened.
"He does think that people take this dirt from foreign governments all the time," former GOP Governor Chris Christie said.
The White House press team's "job is not to put the principal in a situation where you put him at greater risk of harm than greater risk of benefit," Chris Christie said.
Chris Christie, the former governor or New Jersey, said Democrats would "bring everybody they think they have to bring in," including the president's family members and close associates.
"Someone needs to defend the president of the United States here," Christie said.
Prosecutors in New York's Southern District subpoenaed documents from Trump's inauguration committee as part of a escalating investigation from its public corruption section into the president's political fundraising.
"You at the time said we are not electing an entertainer-in-chief, and then seemed to have a quick change of heart," she said.
Chris Christie was the former U.S. Attorney who prosecuted Charles Kushner for tax evasion, illegal campaign contributions and witness tampering in the early 2000s.
"I'm 56 years old. I'm not going to rule anything out. I still have a lot of life to live and a lot to contribute," Christie told Newsweek.
"It's amazing that he never let it go," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said of Kushner's alleged grudge on Christie.
Christie claims Trump once told him to lose weight by saying, "You gotta look better to be able to win."
"Bob Mueller doesn't feel, to me, like he is almost done. I don't think he is ending on Roger Stone, but might be," Christie said on "Fox & Friends."
"I'm a big boy who understands how the way this business works. But please, sir, don't ever, ever tell me again that I wasn't fired," Christie said he told Trump.
Chris Christie wrote that Trump asked him to wear a longer tie to help him appear skinnier.
"Again, the president was ill served by poor advice," Christie wrote.
"I have asked him to no longer keep me in any of his considerations for this post," the former New Jersey governor said.
"When prosecutors sound that definitive they've got more usually than just one witness," Chris Christie said.
"This is not in the president's interest. It wasn't in the president's interest," former Governor Chris Christie said Sunday. "It's bad legal advice. Bad lawyering."
Attorney to President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, continued taking shots at special counsel Robert Mueller Sunday, saying it's unlikely Trump ever sits for an interview with Mueller.