Chris Christie at today’s ceremony. (Photo: Christopher Gregory/Getty)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s “Bridgegate” scandal today followed him all the way across the George Washington Bridge and into New York City.
At a Times Square Super Bowl hand-off ceremony, where Mr. Christie was on hand to pass the figurative baton to Arizona’s governor, who will host the game next year, Mr. Christie was booed both when he was introduced and as he addressed the sports fans gathered.
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Bill de Blasio and Chris Christie last night. (Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Mayor Bill de Blasio may have
harshly criticized New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for his administration’s recent “bridgegate” scandal, but for one night, at least, it was all water under the bridge.
kicked off this weekend’s Super Bowl festivities with a joint appearance in Jersey City last night. And if Mr. de Blasio had any lingering harsh feelings about the alleged traffic shutdown over the George Washington Bridge, he certainly didn’t show it. Continue reading “Bill de Blasio and Chris Christie Look Chummy at Super Bowl Kick-Off Party”
Gov. Andrew Cuomo. (Photo: Getty)
While many Democrats, including Mayor Bill de Blasio,
have been quick to tear into New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after last week’s “Bridgegate” scandal, New York’s top Democrat has no such interest.
Asked about the scandal this morning, Gov. Andrew Cuomo almost seemed to even defend his counterpart across the Hudson River, noting Mr. Christie “made it clear that he is very displeased with what happened.”
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Rudy Giuliani. (Photo: Getty/Ronald Martinez)
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a theory for why the press has been so aggressively covering New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s “Bridgegate” scandal: presidential politics.
According to Mr. Giuliani,
one of the few Republicans to defend Mr. Christie in the immediate aftermath of the scandal last week, media outlets like The New York Times have been ripping into Mr. Christie because he is “the only guy” that rivals Hillary Clinton in the 2016 race for the White House. Continue reading “Rudy Giuliani Says Press Is Hyping ‘Bridgegate’ to Boost Hillary Clinton in 2016”
Politics in New Jersey is paranoia. Chris Christie did not create the culture—but he feeds it. And he has been a master manipulator of that culture.
The George Washington Bridge. (Photo: John Moore/Getty)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has 99 problems but New York’s governor ain’t one.
extensive press conference today about his ongoing George Washington Bridge scandal–where one of his appointments to the bi-state Port Authority agency appears to have ordered massive lane closures as an act of petty political retribution–Mr. Christie dismissed the appointee’s apparent beef with New York as nothing out of the ordinary. Continue reading “Christie Downplays New York Rivalry in Bridgegate”
Chris Christie speaking on CBS2.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has faced relentless criticism after emails and texts surfaced suggesting that top aides shuttered lanes on the George Washington Bridge as an act of political revenge, but at least one New York politician has his back.
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