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Christie Planned to Trade 9/11 Artifacts for Endorsements

“Fourteen months before Chris Christie was up for re-election as governor of New Jersey, officials in his administration were already discussing his 2016 bid for the White House,” the New York Times reports. “And they saw the Port Authority of [...] The post Christie Planned to Trade 9/11 Artifacts for Endorsements appeared first on Political Wire.
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