David Wildstein

Wildstein's Credibility
Wildstein's Credibility
Wildstein's Credibility
When the Bridgegate trial begins this summer, federal prosecutors will rely on the testimony of former Port Authority operative David Wildstein to convince a jury that two fellow ex-associates of Gov. Chris Christie were key players in the lane closing scheme at the George Washington Bridge in September 2013.
Bridgegate Reckoning
Bridgegate Reckoning
Bridgegate Reckoning
A former ally of Gov. Chris Christie pleaded guilty Friday to helping to engineer traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 and concocting a cover-up along with two other officials with close ties to Christie.
Game-Changer for Christie?
Game-Changer for Christie?
Game-Changer for Christie?
Political experts have consistently said voters in Iowa and New Hampshire don't care about the Bridgegate scandal, but that could change as early as Friday if former Port Authority official and Gov. Chris Christie's longtime ally David Wildstein enters a guilty plea.
Guilty Plea Today?
Guilty Plea Today?
Guilty Plea Today?
Former Port Authority official David Wildstein is expected to enter a guilty plea when he appears in Federal Court Thursday in connection with the unannounced lane closures in Fort Lee that set off the Bridgegate scandal.
Wisniewski: Bridgegate Panel’s Work ‘Enormously Successful’
Wisniewski: Bridgegate Panel’s Work ‘Enormously Successful’
Wisniewski: Bridgegate Panel’s Work ‘Enormously Successful’
The New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation probing the unannounced lane closures at the George Washington Bridge last September has no future hearings scheduled because they don't want to interfere with a federal criminal probe by the U.S. Attorney's Office. Taking a look back at the SCI's work, the panel's co-chair is positive.
WATCH: Mowers  ‘Dumbfounded’ by Traffic Plot
WATCH: Mowers ‘Dumbfounded’ by Traffic Plot
WATCH: Mowers ‘Dumbfounded’ by Traffic Plot
A former aide to Gov. Chris Christie whose job included getting re-election endorsements from mayors said Tuesday that he was "dumbfounded and disappointed" to learn that a northern New Jersey mayor was apparently targeted in a political payback plot orchestrated by Christie loyalists.

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