Veteran reporter Josh Margolin of ABC News writes this afternoon that the feds interviewed Gov. Chris Christie regarding the governor’s role in the Bridgegate scandal.
According to the story, which also notes that the potential Republican presidential hopeful reiterated his denial of having any involvement in the lane closures:
Christie met with federal prosecutors and FBI agents last month during a secret session at the New Jersey governor’s mansion in Princeton. He agreed to sit down with investigators voluntarily after they offered him a chance to provide his side of the story. Interviewing Christie was one of the final steps in the investigation, which appears to be wrapping up, according to those briefed on it.