NJ Gov. Christie’s staff is in some hot water

NJ Governor Chris Christie's staff is playing some tricks on people who did not support his re-election bid
NJ Governor Chris Christie’s staff is playing some tricks on people who did not support his re-election bid

The Huffington Post front page today was all about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his staff’s handling of some folks who did not support his re-election bid.

His deputy chief of staff who was directly involved in a mean-spirited effort to create “traffic problems” for a mayor who declined to endorse the governor’s reelection bid, according to newly released emails.

“Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee,” Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly wrote in an email on Aug. 13.

“Got it,” replied David Wildstein, who was then one of Christie’s top aides at the Port Authority, which is run jointly by New York and New Jersey. More…

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