on February 16, 2016 by Staff in Politics & Government, Comments Off on ‘Ultimately, I am responsible’: Christie going to Ft. Lee to apologize to those affected by ‘Bridgegate’

‘Ultimately, I am responsible’: Christie going to Ft. Lee to apologize to those affected by ‘Bridgegate’


Bingo. This morning, Governor Christie did something President Obama has never done: He took responsibility for his staff.

Without the aid of a teleprompter, Christie told the press that ultimately, the buck stops with him:

Well, that’s different.

Indeed. Also refreshing: Unlike President Obama, Christie is willing to face the people who have been hurt by what’s happened:

What a novel idea.






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