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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apologized again Tuesday for the traffic gridlock last fall. (Jan. 14)
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DURATION: 1:42-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:POOL -- AP CLIENTS ONLYTrenton, NJ -- January 14, 20141. SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey:2. Wide of legislative chamberWABC-TV -- AP CLIENTS ONLY3. FILE of approach to George Washington BridgeAP PHOTOS -- AP CLIENTS ONLY4. Still of Christie and former aide Bridget Kelly5. Still showing emailPOOL -- AP CLIENTS ONLYTrenton, NJ -- January 14, 20146. Reverse shot of Christie with lawmakers7. SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey:AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYFort Lee, NJ -- January 9, 20148. Christie departing Fort Lee city hallPOOL -- AP CLIENTS ONLYTrenton, NJ -- January 14, 20149. SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey:AP -- AP CLIENTS ONLYNew York -- January 14, 201410. Various of Kenneth Sherrill watching speech11. SOUNDBITE: Kenneth Sherrill, Political Science Professor from Hunter College:POOL -- AP CLIENTS ONLYTrenton, NJ -- January 14, 201412. Reverse shot of Christie with lawmakersWABC-TV -- AP CLIENTS ONLY13. File of traffic on bridgePOOL -- AP CLIENTS ONLYTrenton, NJ -- January 14, 201414. Wide of Christie greeting lawmakers after speechVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey:The last week has certainly tested this administration. Mistakes were clearly made.NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE USED AN ANNUAL ADDRESS TO LAWMAKERS TO AGAIN APOLOGIZE FOR A POLITICAL PAYBACK SCHEME THAT CAUSED MASSIVE TRAFFIC GRIDLOCK LEADING TO THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE.CHRISTIE FIRED ONE CLOSE AIDE AND OTHERS ON HIS TEAM HAVE RESIGNED AFTER EMAILS INDICATED THEY DELIBERATELY CAUSED THE BACKUPS IN FORT LEE. HE HAS DENIED HE HAD ANY KNOWLEDGE OF THE PLAN.SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey:I am ultimately responsible for all that happens on my watch - both good and bad. Without a doubt we will cooperate with all appropriate inquiries to ensure this breach of trust does not happen again. The bridge scandal attracting national attention, IN PART DUE TO THE FACT THAT CHRISTIE HAS BEEN CONSIDERED A FRONT-RUNNER FOR THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT IN 2016.SOUNDBITE: Gov. Chris Christie, R-New Jersey: But I also want to assure the people of New Jersey today that what has occurred does not define us or our state. This Administration and this Legislature will not allow the work that needs to be done to improve the people's lives in New Jersey to be delayed. ONE ANALYST SAYS THE REST OF CHRISTIE'S STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS WAS ALSO MEANT TO BE SEEN BEYOND NEW JERSEY'S BORDERS.SOUNDBITE: Kenneth Sherrill, Political Science Professor from Hunter College:"This was a campaign speech that was red meat for a national republican audience. (edit) It was an argument for those who want to shrink government who think that government is a bad thing."MEANWHILE, LAWMAKERS AND FEDERAL PROSECUTORS ARE LOOKING INTO WHETHER ANY LAWS WERE BROKEN RELATED TO WHAT SOME ARE NOW CALLING "BRIDGEGATE."MATT FRIEDMAN. ASSOCIATED PRESS.