TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's longtime press secretary says he's confident his boss of 14 years had no knowledge or involvement in the scheme that shut traffic near the George Washington Bridge in a political payback plot.
The spokesman, Michael Drewniak, is testifying today before a New Jersey legislative committee that's investigating last September's lane closings.
In an opening statement, he says the plot was reckless and perplexing.
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