Update: “I had no knowledge or involvement in this issue – in its planning or execution.”
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will hold a press conference this morning at 11:00am, where he is expected to comment on the Bridgegate controversy.
You can watch the press conference opening statement below. (Full transcript here)
On Christie's offer to visit today, Ft. Lee Mayor says: "I would rather he not waste the gas and wait a little bit."
— Jeff Zeleny (@jeffzeleny) January 9, 2014
The mayor of Ft. Lee doesn't want to meet to accept Christie's apology? Well, that's quite the gift to Christie.
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) January 9, 2014
Christie's press conference is lasting longer than the GWBridge traffic jam.
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) January 9, 2014
— Steve Doocy (@SteveDoocy) January 9, 2014
Christie: "I had no knowledge or involvement in this issue – in it's planning or execution."
— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) January 9, 2014
This is getting better politically speaking. Christie handling this very well.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 9, 2014
Listening to Chris Christie. I am glad he is addressing this thoroughly .. Painful.
— Mika Brzezinski (@morningmika) January 9, 2014
Chris Christie: 'I am embarrassed and humiliated' http://t.co/7SiKZTa1gA
— National Journal (@nationaljournal) January 9, 2014
christie heading to Fort Lee to apologize to mayor and citizens. says "this is not the tone" he's set in NJ
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) January 9, 2014
"I am ultimately responsible for what happens on my watch, the good and the bad" -Christie
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) January 9, 2014
God, it's refreshing to hear a lawmaker not downplaying or dismissing wrongdoing.
— Jim Geraghty (@jimgeraghty) January 9, 2014
Christie: I'd never have joked about lane closures if I thought anyone on my staff had been involved. Calls actions "stupid, deceitful."
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) January 9, 2014
Christie calls Kelly "stupid" and "deceitful" for her actions. The bus just hit her, then backed up over her. Then did it again.
— Chris Cillizza (@ChrisCillizza) January 9, 2014
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