Guess who may be in trouble for using a personal email account for government business? Donald Trump’s chief advisor and our part time Governor Chris Christie must make his personal email accounts available to the press. This, according to a ruling by the judge hearing the Bridgegate case.
Judge Mary Jacobson ruled that Christie has to make his emails public under New Jersey’s public records law. She determined that information uncovered in connection with the Bridgegate scandal made it clear he used his personal account for government business.
Do you think Christie might resist? And how much will that cost New Jersey taxpayers in legal fees paid to Randy Mastro’s law firm?
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