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Jon Stewart Rips Christie for ‘Old School NJ Corruption’

Jon Stewart was back at it Wednesday night on ‘The Daily Show‘ tearing apart his favorite recent target, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.  Speaking about the continued fallout and controversy surrounding the governor, Stewart was surprisingly encouraged by just how “Jersey” this whole situation has become. When discussing the accusations of Christie’s office using Sandy Aid as political leverage Stewart said “Holy sh*t that is some old-school New Jersey corruption!”

Stewart was also equally amused how Hoboken mayor Dawn Zimmer chronicled all her run-ins with the governor’s office in her diary. This led to a segment reading some mock entries from every possible joke you can make using the word “Hoboken.”

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