Wednesday, July 1, 2015

'Saturday Night Live' weighs in on Christie's Bridgegate scandal

While Chris Christie is in Florida raising money for the Republican Governor's Association, critics continue to questions how the governor could be so unaware of what his aids were doing.

'Saturday Night Live' weighs in on Christie's Bridgegate scandal

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Chris Christie, played by "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bobby Moynihan, explains why he didn´t know what his aides were up to during the "Bridgate" fiasco. <br /><br />
Chris Christie, played by "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bobby Moynihan, explains why he didn't know what his aides were up to during the "Bridgate" fiasco.

While Chris Christie is in Florida raising money for the Republican Governor's Association, critics continue to questions how the governor could be so unaware of what his aids were doing.

Lucky for us, "Saturday Night Live" explained it all during last night's show, with Christie (played by Bobby Moynihan) telling Piers Morgan (played by Taran Killam) that he's a busy man.

"I got budgets to balance, teachers to yell at, I gotta work out five times a year. I can't keep track of every friggin' idiot I'm trying to screw over."

Watch the full sketch below (which also includes a great bit featuring Kate McKinnon as Justin Bieber:

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