WILDSTEIN TESTIFIES A SECOND DAY AT BRIDGEGATE TRIAL

David Wildstein, the former official at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, spent his second day on the stand at the Bridgegate trial on Monday. Wildstein pleaded guilty to creating four days of traffic jams on the George Washington Bridge as a political favor to Gov. Christie and has implicated the governor’s former deputy chief-of-staff Bridget Kelly in the plot. Kelly claims her emails about creating “traffic problems” were meant to be sarcastic and were taken out of context. According to prosecutors, Wildstein will testify that he told Christie about the plot on the third day of the traffic jams, a claim the governor denies.

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