Mike Drewniak, Gov. Chris Christie’s top spokesman and longtime ally, is leaving the administration as the Republican continues to mull a 2016 bid for the presidency, the Wall Street Journal reports.
“Michael Drewniak, an often fierce defender of Mr. Christie, began working with Mr. Christie in 2002 at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Newark. He was known for having a personal line to Mr. Christie and dealing with many of the administration’s most challenging crises, though his involvement in handling fallout from lane closures at the George Washington Bridge brought him into controversy.
The governor’s office did not comment on Mr. Drewniak’s departure. It was unclear if he had accepted another job.”
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