Bridge Scandal: Wisniewski Said Christie's Speech Did Not Convince Him Of Anything
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January 15, 2014


TRENTON — The New Jersey lawmaker leading a legislative investigation of the George Washington Bridge scandal said he hopes Gov. Chris Christie didn’t “parse” his words today when he promised to cooperate with those looking into the matter.

Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex) said the governor’s remarks about the widening political quagmire, delivered during his “State of the State” address in Trenton today, did not convince him of anything.

“I’m neither more or less confident,” Wisniewski said after the speech, during which the governor repeated some of what he said last week in a nea...

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