How Christie Can Cross The Bridge Scandal

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is apologizing for actions that his staff took to shut down portions of the George Washington Bridge in New York City that affected local residents of Fort Lee, N.J. Robert Siegel speaks with Republican strategist Mike Murphy about what this incident may mean for the governor's political aspirations and the residents of New Jersey.

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