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From Democratic National Committee's Communications Director, Mo Elleithee in response to the latest developments in the Chris Christie scandal:

“Today’s allegations are very serious, and fit into a pattern of bullying and political retribution that is becoming all too familiar from the Christie Administration. While Chris Christie still hasn’t provided clear answers as to why the access lanes in Fort Lee were closed, it appears that scandal may have just been the tip of the iceberg, and the ongoing investigations are about to widen. What we do know is that there is a growing chorus of public officials speaking out against New Jersey’s bully-in-chief.

And while the number of questions about his Administration’s misconduct grows, his office’s response today was a 1,588-word screed that attacked the media and his accusers -- which should seem familiar, as that was exactly what they did when the bridge allegations first surfaced. (Governor Christie, however, spent the day hiding from the press and public while collecting checks in Florida.) At some point you’d think they would learn -- Chris Christie and his staff should really stop trying to bully their way out of every problem. It hasn’t worked well for them, or the people of New Jersey.”
 
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