Subpoenas Expected in New Jersey Traffic Jam Scandal
More subpoenas are expected this week over the George Washington Bridge scandal involving New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R).
Christie fired his deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, after emails leaked showing his top aides' involvement in causing a traffic jam as part of political retribution. Kelly may be subpoenaed to testify in front of the New Jersey Transportation Committee hearing.
Last week, former Port Authority official David Wildstein plead the Fifth multiple times during the hearing.
Chairman of the New Jersey legislative panel investigating lane closures, NJ State Assembly Deputy Speaker John Wisniewski (D), spoke to Eric Shawn on America’s News HQ today.
He believes there was a cover up by officials. “It's hard to believe in the middle of a gubernatorial election that the governor didn't have a conversation with somebody on his senior staff about a big problem in Fort Lee. “