The gubernatorial campaign of Republican Rob Astorino on Thursday said the trip to the Republican Governors Association in Colorado this week “made it clear” that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie won’t support the effort to unseat Democratic incumbent Andrew Cuomo.

“The Aspen trip made it clear that governors from around the nation will be helping County Executive Astorino become Governor Astorino,” said spokeswoman Jessica Proud. “It also made it clear that RGA Chairman Chris Christie will not be among them. We can live with that and we will move on.”

The campaign also confirmed the RGA had reached out to the Astorino campaign, telling the GOP candidate not to attend the meeting, as first reported by CNN.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal — two potential rivals for Christie in a presidential primary in 2016 — told Astorino to ignore the snub and come to the meeting anyway.

Astorino told Fred Dicker in a radio interview this morning he had secured the support of Perry and Jindal, along with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Hayley.

Christie this week said the RGA wouldn’t invest in “landslides” when asked if he’d offer any help to Astorino in New York.

Astorino responded that Christie’s hesitation could come in part because of the swirling “bridgegate” scandal.