In this week’s video edition of Political Bytes, statehouse reporter Kevin McArdle and I discuss the recent report released by NBC in which federal investigating probing the Bridgegate scandal found no connection between Gov. Chris Christie and the unannounced lane closures in Ft. Lee near the George Washington Bridge. We also discuss Christie's recent comments on the Shaneen Allen case.
In his Sept. 18 appearance on “Ask The Governor,” Chris Christie discussed reports released minutes before the show stating that federal officials have said they haven’t uncovered any information linking the governor to the unannounced lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the George Washington Bridge lane closures that would erupt into Bridgegate, and while Democrats continue to keep the story in the news, Gov. Chris Christie has largely moved past the scandal.
Tuesday marks one-year since lane closures on the George Washington Bridge caused massive traffic jams in Fort Lee for four days, a move that was apparently done for political retribution because Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich didn't back Gov. Chris Christie in his bid for a second-term as governor.
Although Gov. Chris Christie is attempting to boost his international relations profile with this week's trade mission in Mexico, he was tight-lipped about the hot-button immigration issue on Thursday.
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