Christie Protected Bridgegate ‘Culprit,’ Witness Testifies

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  • Foye calls Christie ally Wildstein ‘abusive and untrustworthy’
  • Baroni, Kelly seek to paint Wildstein as behind lane closures

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks on July 19, 2016, in Cleveland.

Patrick Foye, the head of the agency that runs the George Washington Bridge, testified that he believed employee David Wildstein was the “culprit” behind four days of access lane closings in 2013 but was protected from questioning by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

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