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January 13th, 2014
06:53 PM ET

Rep. Pallone: Christie misused Sandy funds

Embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is facing another scandal: The federal government is now investigating whether or not he misused funds meant for Hurricane Sandy relief by creating a tourism ad that prominently featured himself and his family in the middle of his reelection campaign. Wolf Blitzer talks to Rep. Frank Pallone, D-New Jersey, who says the money could have been used for homeowners and businesses hit by the superstorm.

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  1. james johnson

    i am amazed at the amount of coverage on chris chrisitie. if ther is a problem , fire him. BUT, i wonder about the coverage allotted to irs, begazie etc. i follow cnn as well as fox and (gulp) msnbc. equal coverage? what a joke.

    January 15, 2014 at 5:42 pm |
  2. Phil, south jersey

    Christie needs to step down!! He refused to help the people of Hoboken and Jersey city because the mayors would not endorse him. You never let politics get in the way of helping people, especially great disasters. All of those people still suffering and he has the nerve to use those funds for a champaign add......he shouldn't have used a penny until all those people houses were repaired. Now Chrisitie is the real Thug, Criminal, Bully....doing it under the cloak of politics. He needs to be made an example of and this Can't be politics as usual. You can't afford to play petty politics at State levels.....people lives are immediately impacted.

    January 14, 2014 at 11:55 am |

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