Gov. Christie’s ‘Bridgegate’ scandal makes cover of New Yorker

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“Playing in Traffic.” (Photo: The New Yorker.

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Governor Chris Christie and the growing “Bridgegate” scandal have made the cover of the New Yorker.

“I’m hoping this cartoon diverts a lot of traffic to my website,” artist Barry Blitt told the magazine.

Christie has denied any involvement in the scandal, where two of his top staffers orchestrated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge as political “revenge” against the mayor of Fort Lee, who did not endorse Christie in his second run for governor.

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