On Bridgegate report treatment of Bridget Kelly

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On Salon.com, editor-at-large Joan Walsh explores the treatment of Chris Christie’s former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Kelly, in the 360-page report on the Bridgegate scandal released on Thursday. 

From Salon.com:

Randy Mastro’s report put the blame squarely on two fired staffers, David Wildstein and deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly. But its treatment of Kelly was mind-blowingly mean, describing her as “emotional,” “erratic” and as a liar; confirming Trenton gossip that she was “personally involved” with chief of staff Bill Stepien, and that Stepien apparently dumped her; alleging that she asked an aide to delete an incriminating email when the investigation began, thus implicating her not only in the plot’s execution but its coverup.

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On Bridgegate report treatment of Bridget Kelly

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