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Fort Lee, New Jersey, Mayor Mark Sokolich takes Gov. Chris Christie to task over the bridge scandal. (Part 2 of 2)
Fort Lee, New Jersey, Mayor Mark Sokolich takes Gov. Chris Christie to task over the bridge scandal. (Part 1 of 2)
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Governor Chris Christie's political path has been abruptly slowed by the bridge traffic scandal in New Jersey.
The mayor of the New Jersey town at the heart of Gov. Chris Christie's bridge scandal argues there should be a criminal investigation into the incident, saying it put "folks in absolute danger." Check out his interview with Wolf Blitzer.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Mayor Mark Sokolich of Fort Lee, New Jersey - the town at the heart of Chris Christie's bridge scandal - explains the political feud between he and the New Jersey governor.
E-mails emerged on Wednesday purportedly from top aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie that bolster the case that access lane closures to the George Washington Bridge were borne from a political vendetta against opponents of the governor, and were not the result of an incompetent traffic study as his administration claimed.
"Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee," Bridget Anne Kelly, Christie's deputy chief of staff for legislative and intergovernmental affairs, e-mailed David Wildstein, then the highest-level political appointee representing the state at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Programming Note: Wolf Blitzer will interview the Mayor Mark Sokolich of Fort Lee today in "The Situation Room" at 5 p.m. ET.FULL STORY
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