“I also think that the president’s press staff served him poorly in two instances in Europe,” Christie declared. “Putting him in front of Piers Morgan and putting him in that interview at that site with Laura Ingraham. That doesn’t serve the president well.”

The former governor said that interviews of that nature place the president in trouble because he’s given too much time to speak his mind, and added that it’s the staff’s job “not to put the principal in a situation where you put him at greater risk of harm than greater risk of benefit.”

“I’d argue that when [White House Press Secretary] Sarah Sanders, or whoever made those decisions to put him in those positions–put him there, they ill-served him,” he concluded.