Chris Christie's Top Aide Linked To Traffic Jam Payback Against Democratic Mayor
WASHINGTON -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) deputy chief of staff was straight involved in a imply-spirited work to create "visitors troubles" for a mayor who declined to endorse the governor's reelection bid, according to newly launched emails.
"Time for some targeted traffic difficulties in Fort Lee," Deputy Chief of Workers Bridget Anne Kelly wrote in an email on Aug. 13.
"Acquired it," replied David Wildstein, who was then one particular of Christie's top aides at the Port Authority, which is run jointly by New York and New Jersey.
A month later Wildstein did certainly generate the site visitors problems that Christie's workplace requested. He closed down two