Last Friday, David Wildstein made headlines when he pleaded guilty to charges involving Bridgegate and implicated Bill Baroni and former deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly in the scandal. Today, Kelly is asking people to donate to her legal defense fund.
A former ally of Gov. Chris Christie pleaded guilty Friday to helping to engineer traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 and concocting a cover-up along with two other officials with close ties to Christie.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Reaction to the news that the three former allies of Gov. Chris Christie were charged, and one pleaded guilty, over the 2013 lane closure on the George Washington Bridge poured in swiftly on Friday.
Political experts have consistently said voters in Iowa and New Hampshire don't care about the Bridgegate scandal, but that could change as early as Friday if former Port Authority official and Gov. Chris Christie's longtime ally David Wildstein enters a guilty plea.
Former Port Authority official David Wildstein is expected to enter a guilty plea when he appears in Federal Court Friday in connection with the unannounced lane closures in Fort Lee that set off the Bridgegate scandal.
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