Bridget Kelly's lawyer Michael Critchley detailed David Wildstein's history of deception and asked why he couldn't remember the contents of an email from 2013 but he could remember a conversation with Chris Christie 39 years ago.
On the Ask the Governor radio show, Gov. Christie insisted nobody informed him about the GWB lane closures, even after David Wildstein testified that he told the governor about traffic on Sept. 11, 2013.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop told a crowd outside of City Hall that he won't be running for governor, but will be supporting Phil Murphy to lead the state. He said the move is to unite the Democratic Party.
During the Bridgegate trial, David Wildstein testified that Bill Baroni told Gov. Christie about the "tremendous amount of traffic" in Fort Lee Sept. 11, 2013 and that Mayor Mark Sokolich wasn't getting his phone calls returned.
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