The governor's office announced this morning that it had retained outside counsel, former prosecutor Randy Mastro, ostensibly to help conduct an internal investigation
Christie Attempts To Change The Subject In Manahawkin Visit
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January 16, 2014

Via NJTV News with Mike Schneider:

By David Cruz
Correspondent

Gov. Chris Christie found comfort from the political storm by giving comfort to those still recovering from the actual storm. In Manahawkin, where many residents are still struggling to get back on their feet, the governor found a receptive audience.

“We have a great town. I’m proud of our town. There’s no place like this,” said a tearful Amy Peters as she spoke to a crowd of fellow residents. “It’s just such an honor to be with the governor, and everyone here. I just want to thank everybody.”

Peters and Christie hugged after she spoke and the governor thanked her f...

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