Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a one-time staunch supporter of Donald Trump, now believes that special counsel Robert Mueller has evidence on the president beyond what former fixer Michael Cohen has provided. Christie says that the language in the sentencing memo goes further in pointing a finger than past accusations.
The Hill says that Christie appeared on ABC's This Week to weigh in on the wording of the accusations against the Trump administration.
"The language in the sentencing memo is different from what we've heard before. The only thing that would concern me if I was the president's team this morning about this sentencing memo is the language."
Christie adds that Mueller's language sounds quite certain.
"The language sounds very definite. And what I'd be concerned about is, what corroboration do they have?"
The former member of the Trump transition team says that beyond accusations of Russian collusion, the president has even bigger issues with the dirt that Michael Cohen has spilled to Mueller.
"Now the flip-side for the prosecutors is, they'd better have more than one witness on this because if you're shooting at the president of the United States and the only bullet in your gun is Michael Cohen, well I think that's a problem."