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GWB Letter Raises Credibility Questions For Chris Christie, Port Authority Official, Politicians Say

"The allegations being made by Mr. Wildstein through his attorney lends credence to the skepticism about the Governor's statement," said state Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex).
GWB Letter Raises Credibility Questions For Chris Christie, Port Authority Official, Politicians Say
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Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — If true, the claims in former Port Authority official David Wildstein's letter are explosive and potentially deadly to Gov. Chris Christie's political future, New Jersey politicians agreed today.

But they also conceded the letter raised more questions than it answered, and Wildstein's motives may be suspect.

"The allegations being made by Mr. Wildstein through his attorney lends credence to the skepticism about the Governor's statement," said state Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex), a chairman of the joint legislative committee investigating the lane closures. It validates...

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