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New Jersey / Christie Political Scandal / A Discussion #1058395

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's annual message to state lawmakers in which he mentioned the bridgegate scandal introduced. [CHRISTIE - admits mistakes were made and he is ultimately responsible as governor.] A "Wall Street Journal" photo that contradicts Christie's claim of no contact with the Port Authority's David Wildstein shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jake Tapper and Paul Begala and former Representative Rick Lazio about Christie; the "Wall Street Journal" photo of Christie and Wildstein shown. [TAPPER, BEGALA, LAZIO - offer views on Christie bringing the story up again, taking responsibility, the Wildstein photo and what Christie has to do next.]

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