Donald Trump‘s 2016-17 presidential transition was famously bumpy in part because the president-elect made a change in transition leadership only days after the election. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was chairman of the Trump transition team from May 2016 until shortly after Election Day and he had done extensive preparation to help the new president be ready to govern. On this episode of Transition Lab, Gov. Christie tells host David Marchick how he planned the transition and where it went wrong. Gov. Christie also offers some advice for 2020 and ponders his own future.