Gov. Chris Christie may have trouble implementing his oft-repeated message of bipartisanship in the wake of a pair of scandals surrounding his administration.
Christie's Bipartisan Message May Fall Flat In Wake Of Allegations, Report Says
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January 22, 2014

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie may have trouble implementing his oft-repeated message of bipartisanship in the wake of a pair of scandals surrounding his administration, top Washington Post politics reporter Dan Balz writes in a column published today.

During his second inaugural speech Tuesday, the Republican governor reiterated one of his favorite battle cries during his successful re-election campaign last year: that in New Jersey, Democrats and Republicans work together — and lawmakers in Washington should emulate the cooperation.

"That is the image the governor has tried to project and w...

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