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Bridget Anne Kelly says she was scapegoated by Chris Christie in Bridgegate

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 24 April 2019 ()
Mike Kelly explores the long ordeal of Bridget Anne Kelly and why she still believes she is innocent.
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News video: Bridget Kelly Speaks Out Against Former Gov. Christie Over ‘Bridgegate’

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Bridget Kelly, the former deputy chief of staff for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, read a statement on Wednesday regarding her re-sentencing for her role in the "Bridgegate" scandal slowing traffic on the George Washington Bridge back in 2013.

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