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Judge Rules Chris Christie Bridgegate Misconduct Case Can Move Forward

Gothamist Thursday, 16 February 2017
Judge Rules Chris Christie Bridgegate Misconduct Case Can Move ForwardA year ago, a dead-eyed Chris Christie was debasing himself on national television in an attempt to charm his way into a cabinet position in Donald Trump's administration. As recently as last November, he still seemed "poised" for a White House job of some sort. And earlier this week, after Christie had lunch with Trump amid major personnel upheaval, Yahoo declared, "Trump’s in trouble. Is it Christie time already?" [ more › ]
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News video: Criminal Complaints Against Chris Christie Allowed To Proceed

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On Thursday Judge Roy McGeady ruled that a criminal complaint against Governor Chris Christie may go forward, saying that there was enough evidence to establish that lane closings at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 were more than just a routine traffic study, and were more likely part of an...

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