Democratic candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks to reporters before boarding his campaign plane at New Castle Airport in New Castle, Del., Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, en route to Nashville, Tenn., for the final presidential debate against Republican candidate President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the final presidential debate. Christie said he spoke with the president before the debate and his advice for both debates was to let Biden talk because the more Biden speaks the greater contrast between his agenda and the president's agenda. Christie said he wishes the president gave this type of performance during the first debate. On the media ignoring the news about Hunter Biden's lap top and emails, Christie says there is a blood feud between the media and President Trump and the media is openly rooting for Joe Biden. When asked if he was disappointed that George Stephanopoulos did not ask Joe Biden about Hunter Biden's laptop at last week's town hall, Christie said he was shocked Stephanopoulos didn't ask Biden about his son's lap top. On who will win the election, Christie thinks it is wide open because of the way we are voting and we will probably not know for at least a week or more after Election Day.

Plus, Christie on testing positive for the coronavirus, being sure he contracted the virus at the White House when he was helping the President prepare for the first debate and letting his guard down by not wearing a mask because he thought he was in a safe place at the White House.