Gov. Chris Christie Monday said he has not been subpoenaed by the U.S. Attorney investigating Bridgegate and declined to say whether he would testify before the joint legislative committee probing the lane-closing affair that has roiled his administration.
Gov. Chris Christie named the dean of Seton Hall's law school to the newly created position of state ombudsman Thursday and announced several other reform measures that were recommended in last month's report on the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating traffic jams orchestrated by Chris Christie's aides plans to start calling people who work for him to testify beginning next month -- and it hasn't ruled out asking to hear from the governor himself.
The outwardly cool and ultra-confident Gov. Chris Christie admits he was nervous at a high-level meeting to discuss the growing Bridgegate scandal. That nugget can be found within interview notes newly released by the law firm hired to do the governor's internal investigation.
Newly released notes from interviews with Gov. Chris Christie by his lawyers show the governor was "nervous" about finding out who else on his staff might have been involved in a politically motivated traffic jam scandal.
Some political insiders are wondering if the two investigations on a traffic jam scandal orchestrated by former aides to Gov. Chris Christie are on a collision course that will ultimately force the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation to disband so the U.S. Attorney's Office can do its job.
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