After Bridgegate, a Christie Justice Department?

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The scandal enveloping Governor Chris Christie will not go away, but that doesn’t seem to bother Donald Trump.

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  • Darren

    If decades of lies, public corruption, willful mishandling of national security secrets and subsequent obstruction of justice -- to say nothing of repeatedly disparaging her husband‘s sexual assault victims -- isn‘t enough to disqualify Hillary Clinton for the Oval Office, certainly a little local political rat-f‘king by a couple of aides isn‘t enough to disqualify Chris Christie for the AG‘s office. This is doubly true in light of the utter disgrace the last two political hacks -- Mr. Holder and Ms. Lynch -- have already brought to that office.

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