Donald Trump shared a photo on Truth Social of a large man leaning over a buffet counter.
He captioned the post: "Chris Christie at a Roy Rogers at 11PM in the evening trying to console himself."
Trump has been accused of "fat-shaming" Chris Christie after he gave a critical ABC News interview.
Former President Donald Trump used his social media platform Truth Social to mock former Republican Gov. Chris Christie over his weight.
On Friday, Trump shared an image of a man leaning over a buffet counter, along with the caption: "Chris Christie at a Roy Rogers at 11 PM in the evening trying to console himself."
It's unclear who the man in the picture is, or if it is indeed Christie, but it seems that the former president chose the image and the caption to imply that his former friend is overweight.
It follows Trump last month asking his Truth Social followers: "Why are people so mean?"
Speaking to CNN in 2021, he said: "I could be talking about the Iran nuclear deal, and I'll get a response from somebody on email or Twitter or Facebook or wherever saying, 'You fat S.O.B. You blah, blah, blah.'"
Trump's post follows an interview Christie gave to ABC News' "This Week" last Sunday, in which he discussed the FBI raid on Trump's Florida country club, Mar-a-Lago, in a search for missing classified documents.
During the FBI's raid of Mar-a-Lago, agents seized 11 sets of classified documents, including some marked "top secret." Some of the documents may have concerned nuclear weapons, The Washington Post reported.
Christie said Trump likely left the Justice Department "no choice" but to raid Mar-a-Lago, adding that it's important to "take a step back" to think about why the DOJ carried out the raid in the first place.
During the interview, he also said the Justice Department had a "pretty good" chance of appealing the federal judge's ruling to appoint a special master to review records seized from Mar-a-Lago.
The special master, an independent lawyer, tasked with sifting through the thousands of classified documents found in Florida and determining which ones will be off limits in future legal proceedings, was named on Friday. Judge Raymond Dearie, 78, needs to present his findings by November 30.
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