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New Jersey / Christie Political Scandals #1089758

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 19, 2014
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(North Palm Beach, Florida: Tory Dunnan) The impact of Governor Chris Christie’s political troubles in New Jersey on his fundraising trip to Florida, where he is meeting possible future presidential campaign donors, examined; scenes shown from outside the home of Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone††.

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Live discussion held with TheBlaze.com’s Amy Holmes† and political commentator L.Z. Granderson† about Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer††’s claim that Christie’s administration withheld Hurricane Sandy relief funding over her refusal to push through a redevelopment project. [HOLMES, GRANDERSON – comment on the interest in Christie during his Florida trip, the reaction from Democrats and the involvement of people close to Christie doing things without his knowledge.]

Savidge, Martin;
Dunnan, Tory

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