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This Week in Politics: Bridgegate

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Gov. Chris Christie arriving at Fort Lee to apologize to Mayor Mark Sokolich after Gov. Chris Christie arriving at Fort Lee to apologize to Mayor Mark Sokolich. (Spencer Platt/Getty)

The biggest scandal of Chris Christie's career threatens a potential presidential bid. Andrea Bernstein, Nancy Solomon and Matt Katz break it all down, and Matt tells us why team Christie is worried.

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Matt Katz and Nancy Solomon

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Andrea Bernstein

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Comments [3]


Governor Christie is just a big New Jersey embarrassment and should resign. I think a lot of people in New Jersey have "voters remorse " .

Jan. 25 2014 01:56 AM
matt driscoll from New Jersey

Matt Katz served as a free publicity agent for Christie while working at the Philadelphia Inquirer. He consistently praised Christie and bolstered his image for years with his Christie's Chronicles column. Just weeks ago he was interviewing his high school girlfriends. To have Katz criticize Christie at this point is hypocritical at best.

Jan. 11 2014 10:51 AM
Jonathan Necco from Roselle Park, NJ

Why are we always adding "gate" to the end of every scandal? Come on people! Time for some originality.

Jan. 11 2014 08:59 AM

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