Water Under the Bridgegate?
Friday, February 14, 2014
For years New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie was the media’s favorite portly, blunt, wise-cracking politician. But, in early January, what had seemed to be a benign traffic jam due to lane closings on the George Washington Bridge was revealed to be politically motivated revenge exacted by Christie’s top aides. Suddenly, tales of Christie administration strong arming and dirty tricks were national news. Bob speaks to Matt Katz about the shift in media coverage, and how Christie could emerge stronger than before the scandal.