Part two of the interview is available here.
The Star Ledger also covered that story with the Jersey Journal mentioning the focus of the discussion avoided the strains with Governor Christie who did not invite the mayor to attend the announcement he made last week in Little Ferry. She showed up anyway.
The Jersey Journal highlighting those factors wrote:
Asked today if the city's winning Rebuild by Design proposal was helped by her decision to go public with her claims about Christie, Zimmer shifted focus.
"I really can't speculate on that," she said, adding that the city's Rebuild by Design plan is "great."
Asked if Christie's office made a concerted effort to keep him away from Zimmer at last Monday's event in Little Ferry, Zimmer declined to answer.
Asked if she knows if there's an active investigation into her claims against Christie, Zimmer again didn't answer.
Talking Ed Note: Listen to Beth Mason, a self-proclaimed victim who sues numerous Hoboken residents in a cynical play for power targeting reform oriented residents speaking out online against corruption in its ample Hoboken Soprano forms.
"Free speech for me, not for thee."
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