Well, that’s what you get when you’re running for your party’s presidential nomination and can’t even average 3% approval in the polls.
With the next Republican debate happening on Fox Business, the network announced the candidates and Chris Christie, who found himself on the previous three debates, will find himself eating at the kids table this time around.
The Network announced candidates must have a polling average of at least 2.5% in the four most recent polls. To make the earlier debate, candidates must average at least 1% in one of the four most recent polls.
Republicans Lindsey Graham, George Pataki and Jim Gilmore did make the cut.
On the main stage of the Fox Business Network debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin will be:
- Donald Trump
- Ben Carson
- Marco Rubio
- Ted Cruz
- Jeb Bush
- Carly Fiorina
- John Kasich
- Rand Paul
Before the announcement was made, Christie spoke with a reporter from NBC and said, “either way, I’ll be in Milwaukee Tuesday night debating the big issues of our country, putting my voice onto those issues and that’s what really matters the most. But would I pick it? No of course not.”
Maybe it’s time you go home Christie!