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‘I will fcking destroy you!’ Bridgegate trial reveals Chris Christie’s expletive-filled tirade

NEWARK — The George Washington Bridge lane closure criminal trial has pulled back the curtain on parts of the inner workings of New Jersey’s government — including an expletive-driven tirade from Gov. Chris Christie. During hist testimony Wednesday, former Christie staffer Chris...
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