Assemblyman John Wisniewski, the man leading the
investigation into the September lane diversions at the George Washington
Bridge, softened his earlier stance on the potential for impeachment
proceedings against Gov. Chris Christie.
Asked by NBC's David Gregory during an appearance on Meet
the Press if he was rushing to judgment in the investigation given his earlier
statements that Christie could face impeachment, Wisniewski said the committee
is taking a measured approach to unraveling the controversy.
"I've said that talking about impeachment is premature," he
told Gregory. "There's no co...