Top Republicans say they support Gov. Christie, criticize ex-ally at center of bridge scandal

  • Article by: ANGELA DELLI SANTI , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 2, 2014 - 5:40 PM

TRENTON, N.J. — High-profile Republicans were adamant Sunday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should not resign from his post as chairman of the Republican Governors Association following a former ally's claim that there is evidence Christie knew about an apparently politically motivated traffic jam earlier than he has said.

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avejoeconFeb. 2, 14 8:31 AM

Interesting. this man is asking for immunity to testify about Christie. Hmmmm......If he don't have to go to jail, wonder why his testimony might favor the dems prosecuting Christie, just because he would beat Hilary in a heartbeat.

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David3165Feb. 2, 1410:18 AM

U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. I'm still waiting to hear what The Donald has to say before.

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guessagainFeb. 2, 1410:21 AM

avejoecon ==== "Interesting. this man is asking for immunity to testify about Christie." Because he has iron-clad evidence that implicates himself and especially Christie, who directed the whole pay-back scheme against the mayors of Ft. Lee and Hoboken (and who knows who else).

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avejoeconFeb. 2, 14 1:07 PM

Because he has iron-clad evidence that implicates himself and especially Christie, who directed the whole pay-back scheme against the mayors of Ft. Lee and Hoboken (and who knows who else). --------------No, His attorney claims there is evidence that Christie might not have told the entire truth. when you talk for 2 hours, EVERYONE misspeaks. I find it interesting that immunity buys evidence.

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dutclinFeb. 3, 14 3:46 PM

"well, crap...we already bought into this guy for 2016. let's just keep backing him because we don't have a 2nd choice"

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carlbsFeb. 6, 1412:44 PM

Ryan, Giuliani, and Jindal. All guys with very little to risk. Where are the actual big hitters in the GOP? Remarkably silent. This thing aint over...just peeling the layers of the onion away. 5 of his closest lieutenants fired or resigned and he knew nothing? Ridiculous.

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