You guys reeeeeallllllly want it to go away, donut you?
For Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., things are probably about to get worse before they get better.
Democrats in the New Jersey state legislature were expecting about 20 subpoenas to be returned Monday that could shed light on whether the governor knew that his staff had ordered the closure of several lanes on the George Washington Bridge as an apparent act of retaliation against the Democratic mayor of Fort Lee, N.J.
It was a subpoena from the body that first revealed the damning email that connected Christie’s top aides to the controversial bridge closure, an email from now-former Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Ann Kelly that read, “Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.”
But some extensions have been granted of the submission deadline, according to The Associated Press.
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