In an email circulated among supporters, the administration quotes from various news sources calling the Times report on the letter from the attorney for David Wildstein "sloppy" and "misleading."
Christie Administration Assails Times For "Sloppy" Reporting
February 4, 2014


The Christie administration lashed out  at the New York Times for a second time today over its report on a letter from an attorney for a former Port Authority official
claiming that evidence exists that the governor knew about politically
motivated lane diversions at the George Washington Bridge as they were

The report hit Friday afternoon and initially sent
shockwaves through the political community as it directly contradicts the
governor's own statements about when he became aware of the lane closures. 

In an email circulated among supporters, the administration

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