When Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tried to badmouth former President Donald Trump at the fourth Republican debate, he got booed by some members of the audience. The GOP presidential candidate had said that Trump “will be convicted of felonies” before Election Day and thus, will not be able to vote for himself.

“You all be heading to the polls to vote, and that’s something that Donald Trump will not be able to do because he will be convicted of felonies before then, and his right to vote will be taken away,” he said, while asking the audience to imagine Election Day during his closing statement.

After earning himself a chorus of boos, Christie shrugged the disapproval off and said the booers are in denial.

“You know, look, here’s the bottom line, you can boo about it all you like and continue to deny reality. But if we deny reality as a party, we’re gonna have four more years of Joe Biden,” he warned.

He then called out candidates who pledged to support Trump even if he gets convicted of the charges against him, which many Republicans believe is a political witch hunt orchestrated to weaken his reelection bid.

“My colleagues here raised their hands and said they would support him even if he was a convicted felon. The bigger problem with it is they were confirming the lies he’s told to the American people,” he stated.

He then accused them of being timid, saying, “If you’re too timid to take on Trump, believe me, others will get, will see that timidity.”

“We need to get back to an old American idea that every person is responsible for their own conduct, even a president,” he added, promising to be the kind of president with “the humility that knows that you work for the people” and not the other way around.

Wednesday would not be the first time Christie has made claims that Trump would be convicted, as he said the same thing on Monday, according to The Hill. He has been making the prediction as far back as October during an interview with MSNBC.

“It’s done. He is going to be convicted. It’s over,” he said of the GOP frontrunner.