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New Jersey / Christie Political Scandal #1059468

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 01, 2014
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.

(New York: Elaine Quijano) The growing questions about what New Jersey Governor Chris Christie knew about the political deal to jam traffic in Ft. Lee examined; scenes shown of Christie at a Super Bowl event in Times Square; details given about the charges from Port Authority official David Wildstein that Christie knew about the George Washington Bridge lane closings and the response from Christie's office. [January 9, CHRISTIE - denies knowing about it {the traffic.}] [Investigating committee head John WISNIEWSKI††- comments.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Washington: John Dickerson) The nature of Wildstein's allegations that he can contradict what Christie has said about the lane closings, the lack of evidence to back up Wildstein's claims and the political future for Christie discussed.

Axelrod, Jim;
Quijano, Elaine;
Dickerson, John

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