Brian Murphy

City University of New York

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Brian Murphy is Associate Professor of History at City University of New York, and a contributing editor at Talking Points Memo. A former political reporter, in 2002 he worked for PoliticsNJ.com, which former NJ Port Authority Appointee David Wildstein founded and ran under a ghost name Wally Edge.

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Two former aides to New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie were convicted today of all charges in the so-called "Bridgegate scandal."

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