You gotta love the chutzpah of folks in New Jersey. Kyle Blaine summarizes Christie’s two-hour news conference on the bridge scandal (it didn’t take long for someone to call it Bridgegate, and Christie’s Katrina):
In case you missed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s nearly two-hour long press conference Thursday, or didn’t quite make it through the marathon talk-session, it can be boiled down to two words – “know” and “people.”
A word map analysis conducted by ABC News, based on a transcript of the event that contained over 19,000 words, shows that the word “know” was the word most often used during Christie’s public apology for revelations that implicated his top aides in a political revenge plot. The runner-up was the word “people,” which was used in just over 100 instances.
The boss can’t know everything about his people.