A former Gov. Christie ally testified that Gov. Christie knew all about the Washington Bridge lane closing and got a kick out of it.
Just after Tuesday's debate, Chris Christie was slapped with legal documents concerning the Bridgegate case.
After being indicted for her role in the GWB lane closures, former Chris Christie deputy chief of staff Bridget Ann Kelly addressed the media in a press conference.
Wildstein confirms what everyone thought: The lane closures were revenge.
The U.S. Attorney has announced a press conference at 1 pm EST.
This indicates a possible deal and cooperation with the feds.
Indictments against four cronies are near certain, sources say.
According to Esquire, David Wildstein is cooperating, which does not bode well for Chris Christie.
After being silent on the latest revelation by Christie's long time friend David Wildstein, the governor's office blasted out an email response attacking his former friend and the NY Times.
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