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Cuomo on NJ bridge scandal

New York (AP) - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's still looking for the facts behind a traffic reconfiguration at the George Washington Bridge that created a huge traffic jam in Fort Lee, N.J.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie fired a top aide and distanced himself from his campaign manager after emails and texts revealed that the traffic changes had been ordered by people in his administration for the express purpose of tying up traffic.

Cuomo was asked about the scandal as he left the Rev. Al Sharpton's headquarters on Saturday.

He said "Everybody wants the same thing. Everybody wants the facts. They want to know what happened."

Cuomo said the multiple investigations underway would uncover the truth.

He added that he was sure that Christie was "very displeased with what happened."

 
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