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This Week In Politics: Christie's In-House Cleaning

Gov. Christie's Report Clear's Gov. Christie, But Costs Him An Ally

Saturday, March 29, 2014

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TRENTON, NJ - NJ Governor Chris Christie speaks to press on March 28, the day after an internal investigation exonerates him from involvement in 'bridgegate.' TRENTON, NJ - NJ Governor Chris Christie speaks to press on March 28, the day after an internal investigation exonerates him from involvement in 'bridgegate.' (Natalie Fertig/WNYC)

After nearly four months and a million dollars in taxpayer money, Governor Christie's in-house investigation into Bridgegate cleared Governor Christie of any wrongdoing. Port Authority Chairman David Samson resigned. But how much did we really learn? And will those lessons be learned across the bridge in New York? That's our discussion on This Week in Politics.

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Brigid Bergin, Andrea Bernstein and Nancy Solomon

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Stuck in traffic New Yorker from Bronx

What about Cuomo's in-house cleaning? That needs to be done.

Mar. 30 2014 10:10 AM

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