January 10th, 2014
10:44 PM ET

Christie Crisis: Who is Bridget Kelly?

She's the Christie administration figure everyone wants to hear from. Before news of the bridge scandal broke, Bridget Anne Kelly was Christie's deputy chief of staff. Now she is out of a job and may soon be forced to testify. Erin McPike has her story.

Filed under: ac360 • Chris Christie • Erin McPike
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  1. Malloy

    I hope Bridgett Kelly does not allow herself to be Christie,s scapegoat. The people working for Christie might be afraid of him.

    January 12, 2014 at 3:53 pm |
  2. Patrice Britz

    Why is there not a clear understanding and discussion by the Congress, the Post, the Times, CNN and other news media pundits that this was an act of sabotage perpetrated directly against the American public, putting people in danger, and causing not only inconvenience but actual death due to negligence by blocking ambulances (despite whatever "spiteful" reason there might have been due to any perceived political disrespect by the Mayor toward Christie) and should be dealt with as a criminal action that is on the level of a terrorist act? It must be seen as a terrorist act perpetrated by our own elected officials and their entourage against the American public. Who would accept this sort of behavior and not prosecute this as anything other than a criminal terrorist act against the public if it were carried out by any regular person? Where are our ethics as a society not to call these politicians out for their lack of regard for the American public??? Why are we not outraged and taking action when elected officials are clearly not working on behalf of the people, rather they are working against them. Were they not elected to protect and serve? Why not call them out, impeach and prosecute them?

    January 11, 2014 at 8:49 pm |

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