The release of new documents and continuing intrigue mean Chris Christie is a long way from getting beyond the episode.
Christie Faces More Questions In Bridge Scandal
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January 14, 2014

Via PBS News Hour:

By:

Terence Burlij

and
Katelyn
Polantz

The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge, which connects Fort Lee, N.J., and New York City. Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images

While New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie weathered the initial storm over the bridge scandal with his performance during a nearly two-hour news conference last Thursday, the release of new documents on Friday and continuing intrigue mean the Republican is a long wa...

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