Drip, drip, drip (or, it sure looks like an attempt by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to taint the testimony of David Wildstein has backfired in true Elmer Fudd style): New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s former ally David Wildstein told colleagues that he got clearance from the “front office” for the George Washington Bridge lane […]
In my recent piece about New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, I described an incident that occurred last week:...read more
To Americans of a certain age, the law firm that recently claimed to exonerate New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in the Bridgegate Affair should sound a tad familiar: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. In the first and most famous televised character...Show More Summary
"I don't know if we'll ever know what the motive is," New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared Friday of the George Washington Bridge scandal that hangs over his political future. "It mystifies me on every level why this was done." It shouldn't. Show More Summary
Randy Mastro's internal Bridgegate investigation, which culminated in a report last Thursday clearing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of prior knowledge of the George Washington Bridge lane closures, has already received plenty of criticism for "slut shaming" former Christie deputy Bridget Kelly. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie used some concerning language while speaking at a Republican Jewish Coalition meeting this weekend, referring to Israeli land upon which Palestinians reside as "occupied territories." According to Politico,...Show More Summary
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin blasted the mainstream press for focusing so intently on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's "Bridgegate" press conference Friday, when Democrats from California to North Carolina are getting arrested, the Middle East is a "tinderbox," and the economy is tanking. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie apologized to GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson for using the term “occupied territories in a speech. Invoking a 2012 trip he and his family took to Israel, Christie recalled in the speech: “I took a helicopter ride from the occupied territories across and just felt personally how extraordinary that was to […]
New Jersey governor Chris Christie opened up in a candid interview with Megyn Kelly Friday about dealing with the BridgeGate scandal and this week's report exonerating him. He struck a somewhat defiant tone, saying, "I am not one of these typical blow dry focus group shellacked politicians, and some people love that, and some people don’t."
The taxpayer-funded report, released yesterday, repeatedly references a sexual relationship between New Jersey governor Chris Christie's ex-campaign manager and his former deputy chief of staff. Featured Image: read more
The news channels carried New Jersey Governor Chris Christie‘s news conference this afternoon, in which the Governor discussed his office’s internal investigation that found he had nothing to do with the George Washington Bridge lane...Show More Summary
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey—A report commissioned by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie that absolved the governor of any wrongdoing also revealed the governor's former campaign manager Bill Stepien and former Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Kelly were "personally involved" shortly before the lane closures. Show More Summary
According to an internal review, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is free and clear of any charges that he was involved in a high school-style prank to close lanes on the George Washington Bridge. Not cleared: His now-fired deputy chief of staff of intergovernmental affairs Bridget Anne Kelly, who is being thrown under the bus in a pretty sexist way. Read more...
To accompany ABC's tough interview of New Jersey governor Chris Christie, Friday's Nightline quoted New Jersey Democrats slamming him as a vengeful "bully." World News anchor Diane Sawyer noted that "critics remember the lure of Christie's brash personal style"... -
TRENTON, New Jersey (Reuters) - The chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, David Samson, has resigned his position, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said on Friday.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is holding a press conference today just a day after the findings of an investigation into the BridgeGate scandal were released, clearing the governor of any direct culpability in the plot to shut down traffic lanes on the George Washington Bridge.
Hot off the heels of his first post-BridgeGate TV interview yesterday, New Jersey governor Chris Christie will sit down tonight with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. The interview will be taped at Christie’s office in Trenton. The investigator looking into the BridgeGate scandal revealed his findings yesterday, clearing the governor of any culpability in shutting down [...]
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A law firm hired by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to investigate the "Bridgegate" scandal exonerated the potential Republican presidential contender on Thursday in a report quickly dismissed by critics as whitewash.
Megyn Kelly gets the cable exclusive with the embattled New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Kelly will interview Gov. Christie at his office in Trenton tomorrow. Kelly plans to run the interview in two parts: tomorrow night and Monday...Show More Summary
New Jersey governor Chris Christie sat down with Diane Sawyer on Thursday for an interview to address the findings released today that cleared Christie of personal culpability in the BridgeGate scandal. Christie said he felt "taken advantage of" that people under him would abuse his trust in such a devious manner.