Gov. Christie attacks latest Bridge-Gate accusor David Wildstein; booed at pre-Super Bowl event
EDISON - Gov. Chris Christie is fighting back against the latest allegations against him in the Bridge-Gate traffic scandal.
The governor's political team has sent emails to supporters attacking former Port Authority executive David Wildstein, who claims Christie knew about the GWB closures as they were happening, which he vehemently denies.
Christie's camp points out that, despite Wildstein saying he has evidence, he has failed to offer any proof of it.
The governor was also booed as he took the stage in Times Square for the Super Bowl hand-off ceremony.
Christie spoke briefly at the event and did not take questions as he accepted hosting duties from last year's state, Arizona.