CHRISTIE DEFENDS SUPREME COURT NOMINEE

NJ Governor Chris Christie On Monday addressed a question about his nominee for the State Supreme Court. Christie said at a Monday morning news conference that he had knowledge of a settlement between the feds and Philip Kwon’s family regarding a $2 million deposit that was alleged to have been illegally deposited into the Kwon family’s liquor store bank account. Christie said that Kwon, the nominee, had nothing to do with the action and it would not affect his ability to serve on the state’s high court. The governor added that the state Senate could ask Kwon about the case during  confirmation hearings.

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