NJ traffic jam scandal could make it harder for Christie to pass initiatives, juggle RGA role

  • Article by: ANGELA DELLI SANTI , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 9, 2014 - 2:00 PM

TRENTON, N.J. — This is the year Chris Christie was planning to be more than just New Jersey's governor. Yet it turns out that high-profile investigations into his administration and campaign operation in a political payback case could make advancing his agenda a challenge.

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avejoeconFeb. 9, 1411:54 AM

If you can't find evidence, just keep printing a story that says nothing about his guilt.

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crystalbayFeb. 9, 14 3:08 PM

There is CLEAR evidence that CC ignored this scandal for over three months. That a known bully and micromanager of his staff wouldn't know about this lane-closing for three months and is still today to blame the very staff he held in a strong-armed way didn't know anything about it is utterly ludicrous. His office was instructed to NOT take any of the hundreds of calls complaining about or inquiring about this incident. Sound innocent to you? If so, your denial is stunning.

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PischnerFeb. 9, 14 4:06 PM

Christie and Hilliary better forget about the "Big Job",because they're closets are bursting at the hinges.

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