N.J.'s Christie Apologizes, Fires Top Aide (Part 2)
Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, speaks about a days-long traffic jam, triggered by an aide as political revenge, that paralyzed Fort Lee. Christie, speaking at a news conference in Trenton, said he's "embarrassed and humiliated" by the conduct of members of his staff and said he fired Bridget Anne Kelly, a deputy chief of staff. (This is the second part of the news conference. Source: Bloomberg)
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