Published: Fri, February 17, 2017
Sport | By Scott Davis

Judge rules Bill Brennan's Bridgegate complaint against Chris Christie can go forward

Judge rules Bill Brennan's Bridgegate complaint against Chris Christie can go forward

It's clear Christie is not a fan of Philadelphia sports teams.

He recalled a different kind of reception when he joined Mr. Jones on the field at a Cowboys game against the New York Giants, who play their home games in New Jersey.

But on Wednesday night, Christie took his trolling of Philadelphia sports to another level during an appearance on SportsNet New York's Baseball Night.

"It's not safe for civilized people to go to Citizens Bank Park if you want to root for the other team".

"They talked about combating drugs briefly", Spicer said, adding that Christie, who ran in the GOP primary against Trump but did not secure a job in his administration, has said he intends to finish out his current term, which won't be up for a year and a half. Christie spoke about his beloved Mets during an interview with SNY TV, before going off the rails when asked about Phillies fans using the phrase "Ya gotta believe". McGraw would help the Phillies win the 1980 World Series.

"These Philadelphia fans, they are the worst in America", Mr. Christie was overheard saying recently. Brennan based his complaint on testimony during that trial, which he said shows Christie lied about when he knew about the alleged plot or its motives. Ya gotta Believe what? The judge set a March 10 date for Christie to answer the criminal summons, though it's unclear if he will have to appear in person.

Last November, two former Christie associates were found guilty over their roles in plotting the lane closures in an act of political retribution against Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, who had endorsed Christie's opponent in the gubernatorial election. "I didn't get booed", he said. "And their fans are generally-generally-angry, terrible people".

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