Trove of Emails, Other Documents in Christie Scandal Set for Release
The scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie in New Jersey is likely to deepen, if not intensify, on Friday as a trove of subpoenaed documents related to the case are slated to be released into the public domain.
As the New Jersey Star-Ledger reports:
On Thursday night, following a day of public testimony about the case at the State House and the lengthy morning press conference by Gov. Christie, more questions than answers were swirling about the nature of the scandal, its motivations, and how it would ultimately play out for the governor’s political future.
In a new theory put forward by MSNBC news anchor and journalist Rachel Maddow on Thursday, a compelling case was made that the reason for the behavior of the governor’s staff had more to do with a bitter battle between Democratic lawmakers and the governor’s office over New Jersey Supreme Court nominees than the refusal of a relatively small town mayor to endorse Christie for reelection.
The Maddow segment runs roughly seventeen minutes, but is worth watching:
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