Chris Christie weighs in on his new book, shutdown, Roger Stone

The former New Jersey governor speaks about the details in his new book, "Let Me Finish," and weighs in on the political news of the day.
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Transcript for Chris Christie weighs in on his new book, shutdown, Roger Stone
out. He has a new book called "Let me finish. "Welcome back, Chris. We heard Pierre say there's though direct charge of collusion in the latest indictment. You write in the book that the campaign wasn't organized enough to collude. Folk at the top of the campaign, for most of it, had no experience, George in national politics or local politics. And so they were just trying to figure out how to get field people hired in places like Pennsylvania, let alone to try to run a Tom Clancy operation. They seemed willing to opener tan information coming from the Russians. The trump powtower meeting. How do you explain the wealth of lies about contacts with Russia? As I say in the book, the president's biggest problems are some of the people he surrounds himself with are not good people. Folkses like Mike Flynn. Like Steve Bannon. All throughout the book you see, omarosa, for god's sax, being if the white house. Talk about not understanding. You write of a scene I think inside the oval office. You're having wlumpl the president and Jared Kushner after he fired Michael Flynn. They thought that would end the Russia investigation. He said, I think this is going to end it. I laughed. I said, Mr. President, it's unfortunate. I have to tel you this. Having done this myself for a living, we're going to be talking about this on Valentine's day February '18. They laughed. Jared told me I was crazy. They had no experience in government. No experience in this. I was trying help them. Say, listen, you need the get ready for a war. We're going to be talking about it on Valentine's day 2019. Not just 2018. They didn't understand it. It's detailed in the book. Saw overnight, Howard Schultz thinking of running as an independent. Some concern inside Republican circles that president trump is if danger of a primary challenge. Your thoughts? Mgts I don't think so. I think he'll run for re-election. Renomination. I -- the Howard Shult stuff is some of the best news Donald Trump's gotten coming in second only to Hillary Clinton saying she's not closing the door. If you have Hillary Clinton candidacy and Howard Schultz. Many people think that led to Bill Clinton's election. I think Howard Schultz would do much the same to whoever runs for the Democrats. How about tennis news. Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka both taking home the Australian

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