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Attorney Randy Mastro and Gov. Chris Christie
Attorney Randy Mastro (CNN) and Gov. Chris Christie (Annette Petriccione, Townssquare Media NJ)
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Christie Bridgegate Probe Blames Wildstein, Kelly

An internal Bridgegate report places the blame for the controversial lane closings at the George Washington Bridge and an ensuing coverup entirely on former Port Authority official David Wildstein and former Christie aide Bridget Kelly.

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Christie Discusses Sandy Aid, Bridgegate Report, Tourism [VIDEO]

In his March 26 'Ask the Governor' appearance, Gov. Christie addressed several topics including the ongoing Bridgegate scandal and the investigative report released later that week. He also answered questions about Sandy Aid efforts and a new tourism campaign to replace last year's "Stronger Than the Storm" ads.

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Christie, Bridgegate and 2016: He’s Not Saying [POLL]

The Bridgegate scandal continues to dog New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, with political pundits and statehouse insiders believing the unannounced access lane closures to the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee dashed his prospects as a 2016 presidential candidate. But Christie Wednesday night said he is not thinking about 2016, either way.

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Asm. John Wisniewski
Asm. John Wisniewski addresses the media after a Bridgegate hearing in Trenton Jan. 9, 2014. (Townsquare Media)
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Bridgegate Panel Still Working Behind The Scenes [AUDIO]

We haven't heard much recently from the Select Committee on Investigation, the legislative panel probing Bridgegate. That doesn't mean committee members have stopped looking into the scandal; in fact, quite the opposite, according to one of the committee's co-chairs.

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Gov. Chris Christie
David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ
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You Paid $1 Million For Christie To Clear Himself

There is the old idiom about never letting the fox guard the henhouse. It rings true with a governor who decides to spend a million dollars of taxpayers' money in hiring a high priced law firm to investigate himself then having himself 'cleared' in the Bridgegate scandal.

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Gov. Chris Christie addresses the Bridgegate emails at a Statehouse press conference
Gov. Chris Christie addresses the Bridgegate emails at a Statehouse press conference in January.
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Dems Scoff at Christie Bridgegate Probe Report [AUDIO]

The New York Times is reporting the Christie Administration's internal investigation into Bridgegate has concluded the governor did nothing wrong, a determination immediately challenged by Democratic critics.

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Lawyers for Former Christie Aides Call for Immunity

The lawyers for two former underlings of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie say lawmakers should be able to offer their clients immunity from prosecution in exchange for providing information for their investigation of possible political payback.

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Chris Christie at town hall in Flemington
Chris Christie at town hall in Flemington (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie: Aide Fired for Lies, Role in Traffic Jam

Asked for the first time at a town hall meeting about the political payback scandal that's ensnared his administration, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday that the aide he fired for lying about her involvement would have been dismissed even if she'd told the truth.

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Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel,
Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 113th Town Hall in Mount Laurel (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Chris Christie: From Hero to Heckled [AUDIO]

At the end of last year, Gov. Chris Christie had sky-high approval ratings, and he was considered the odds-on favorite to capture the GOP presidential nomination in 2016.

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Traffic lined up at the EZ Peep lanes in Fort Peep (Sarah Binder)
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Traffic Trouble in Fort Peep

There are two things you can do with Peeps: eat them or make things with them.

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