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Internal report clears N.J. governor

NEW YORK — The Port Authority official who directed the shutdown of lanes to the George Washington Bridge said that he informed Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey about it at a Sept. 11 memorial while the lanes were closed, according to an internal review released Thursday by lawyers for the governor.

The official, David Wildstein, told Christie’s press secretary, Michael Drewniak, of the conversation at a dinner in December, on the eve of his resignation from the Port Authority, according to the inquiry.

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