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Do You Think Governor Christie is to Blame for ‘Bridge-Gate?’ [POLL]

Jim has been discussing the story the last few days regarding “BridgeGate.”

Governor Chris Christie answers press questions after announcing current Chief of Staff Kevin O’Dowd will become New Jersey’s next Attorney General. (Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen)

Bill Baroni, one of the governor’s top appointees,resigned last week, after he admitted that he did not properly communicate properly that several lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge were going to be closed due to a traffic study.

Governor Christie has said that he is ultimately responsible for what goes on and has taken responsibility even though he says he was not aware of this taking place.

Read More Coverage of BridgeGate Here

Do you ultimately think that Governor Christie should take more blame here or did he handle it appropriately?

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