A former aide to Gov. Chris Christie whose job included getting endorsements from mayors said Tuesday that he was “dumbfounded and disappointed.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have stopped aides from blocking George Washington Bridge traffic if he had known about the plan in advance.
Lawmakers announced Tuesday that they had issued subpoenas to former Christie aide Christina Genovese Renna, current press secretary Michael Drewniak, Port Authority Commissioner William Schuber and executive director Patrick Foye.
Lawmakers in the Fort Lee traffic scandal want to know by Friday if they will get information from the law firm that conducted that review for Governor Christie. Otherwise, they will to have use subpoenas.
A New Jersey town has released hours of dispatch tapes from the week in September when a traffic jam engineered by Gov. Chris Christie’s aides clogged streets near the George Washington Bridge.
Two of Gov. Chris Christie’s former aides are due in court next month for a hearing over whether they must provide information requested by a state legislative committee.
The Republican governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate fielded questions for the first time in three weeks about a scandal that has engulfed his administration and threatened to upend any political ambitions.
The New Jersey state legislature has formed a new joint bi-partisan committee to investigate the George Washington Bridge scandal.
Politicians from both sides of the aisle took to the Sunday talk shows to debate the fallout from “Bridgegate.”
The emails were included in hundreds of documents released Friday by a New Jersey legislative committee investigating the role of the administration of Gov. Christie in the lane closings.
Chris covers the political scandal surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in Ft. Lee. He talks to Christie biographer Bob Ingle, Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, and Comedian Greg Proops.