As bridge scandal boils, Christie to meet with GOP donors questioning his viability for 2016

  • Article by: KEN THOMAS , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 17, 2014 - 1:41 PM

MIAMI — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie faces one of his first major tests since his backyard political scandal erupted: reassuring top Republican donors that he has taken steps to address allegations of political payback in his home state and that he remains a viable presidential contender for the party's establishment.

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crystalbayJan. 17, 1412:31 PM

Huh? To "reassure" them that he had no idea for three months running that a disastrous lane closing even happened? Good luck with that, CC!

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jepop90Jan. 17, 1412:36 PM

Hardcore cons want Christie to go down in flames. Thier worst nightmare is to have a moderate Republican win the nomination. Oh well, thier just making it that much easier for Hillary to win.

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usa2012Jan. 17, 14 4:04 PM

There won't be a donor there that will care one bit about this made up scandal. Hillary's running and she let a US Ambassador die. You think at the point of the election it's really going to matter?? Get real.....

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roadtoruinJan. 17, 14 4:19 PM

Those on the Left are having trouble coming to term with the fact that Hillary is damaged goods. She has more baggage then the Delta Airlines caroussel on the night before Thanksgiving.

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